Framed by a cluster of teasel weeds, Brian Rees, 16, and Nathan Rees, 11, practice hockey on an ice pond along I-15 in Kaysville. Winter continued an icy grip there and elsewhere in the state Thursday. With low clouds and fog continuing in the forecast, National Weather Service meteorologist William J. Alder says Wasatch Front residents shouldn't expect too much change in the weather during the next few days. Some areas from Salt Lake City northward received about a fourth- to a half-inch of snow Thursday morning. Scattered snow is forecast for late in the weekend. At Salt Lake International Airport, the low reading was 19 degrees early Thursday. The high was 28. Ogden reported a 30.