Despite a snowstorm in Salt Lake City, Utah, WWE Raw will go on as planned tonight.
WWE Raw is set to emanate from Vivant Smart Home Arena in Utah and though residents have been urged to stay off the road, Raw will continue as scheduled. Salt Lake City was hit with multiple inches of snow, causing delays and closures in local schools and businesses. Roads remain open in the city, but crashes are piling up. As of 10:45 local time, Utah Highway Patrol has investigated over 160 crashes in the state.
The social media team for Vivant Smart Home Arena say they have heard nothing about WWE canceling Raw.
Yes!— Vivint Arena (@vivintarena) February 3, 2020
A spokesperson for the arena told Gary Cassidy of Sportskeeda, "WWE is still happening. I have not heard of any road closures but I will check with our public safety team."
There was speculation that the roads in Salt Lake City would be closed due to the weather, but no such statement has been issued by Salt Lake City or Utah officials.
WWE has yet to issue a statement regarding any changes to Monday's show.
The only segment announced for Monday's Raw is Randy Orton explaining his actions following his attack on Edge last Monday.
Fightful will have live coverage of WWE Raw beginning at 8 p.m. ET.