BOUNTIFUL, Utah (ABC 4 News) A massive storm blanketed the Wasatch front and hit Davis and Weber counties the worst. Up to two feet fell in some places.
The Davis County School District closed all schools Friday and county employees were told to stay home.
Many higher education facilities also closed. Weber State canceled classes for the first time since 2010.
All ages grabbed their shovels or snow blowers and spent most of the day trying to keep up with the never-ending snow fall.
“It usually it quits for a little while and starts up again but there just hasn’t been any kind of slowing of the snow,” Margaret Millom told ABC 4 as she snow-blowed her driveway.
Plows are out in full force trying to keep up with the storm dubbed “Gandolf” by the Weather Service.
But not every got a snow day. School custodians like James Alder found a way in to clear the schools’ sidewalks.
“So far it’s been really enjoyable I enjoy coming to work and removing snow ,” said Alder. “It’s kind of sad the schools have been closed, but we’ll get over it we’ll have another day to make it up.”