Many Utahns, home for the holidays, huddled under electric blankets or beside sizzling fires to ward off record-breaking cold temperatures Tuesday. Others, like snowboard enthusiast Tim Strong, sailed through the breeze at Powder Mountain. The snow was a welcome sight for skiers as well, but the onslaught wasn't welcomed by weary road crews, who have been working 20 hours a day since Christmas Eve. The freezing weather made driving treacherous over the long holiday weekend. More snow is expected Saturday night to ring in the new year.