A massive snowstorm is making it very difficult for fans to attend tonight’s Monday Night Raw from Salt Lake City, Utah, with over 200 crashes already reported by Utah’s Highway Patrol.
Troopers have investigated 211 crashes statewide as of 1:00 p.m..
— Utah Highway Patrol (@UTHighwayPatrol) February 3, 2020
The storm is expected to last until 4 am, and officials have urged residents to stay home and avoid the roads. At one point, the show going ahead was in question, but because the talent was able to make it to the Vivint Smart Home Arena, Raw will go ahead. WWE, though are anticipating a poor turnout and planning to move fans around the area, so it doesn’t appear so on television.
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