There is an accident on US 6 at milepost 191 near the Red Narrows that is causing delays.
According to UDOT’s website all lanes are closed and clearance of the accident is expected around 5 p.m.
The following weather alert has been issued for HWY 6:
Forecast for: 10 AM – 6 PM Thursday
Concern with this storm system will be a period of heavy mountain snowfall and blowing snow as the cold front pushes across the state, particularly across Northern and Central Utah. Road snow levels are expected to quickly fall from high elevation summits down through many of the canyons through Thursday morning. Northern valley routes will also see rain change to snow before precipitation ends, but valley roads are expected to remain wet. Some brief slush may impact benches, but any accumulations will melt after precipitation ends Thursday afternoon. Strong wind combined with falling snow can significantly reduce driving visibility and cause drifting snow in some areas. Road snow concerns will end by Thursday evening, as much of the state will quickly dry out behind the cold front. Motorists should travel with caution, especially through canyons and mountain passes.
HWY 6 between Spanish Fork and Helper will be impacted by strong wind gusts and/or mountain road snow/blowing snow through the forecast period.