Weather in Utah: more flash flood potential in the south, heat in the north
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Happy Sunday everyone! As we wrap up the weekend, returning storms and downpours continue to grow in southern Utah, where some areas may see the possibility of flash flooding again.
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Storms start to appear during the afternoon hours and can deposit a substantial amount of rain over the same area as they will move slowly. It is not recommended to be in or near slot canyons, dry washers and small streams in the afternoon.
For northern Utah and the Wasatch front we expect to see some clouds but no real threat of rain except for some mountainous areas. Thanks to the high pressure system parked in western Colorado, you will feel the heat again.
Highs are expected to be between the mid-1990s and the lowest three digits across the Grand Bassin. The stockings will be comfortable again, mostly in the 60s and 70s.
In short, storms will begin to erupt during the afternoon in southern Utah which could be dangerous in areas prone to flash floods.
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