Flash flooding is a possibility for southern and eastern Utah today, and for the next few days...
Tuesday's Pinpoint Forecast: One BIG storm hit West Jordan yesterday with damaging wind from a microburst. Today, isolated storms are possible again for northern Utah and the Wasatch Front, but most of northern Utah will be dry. A higher concentration of storms are possible from Lake Powell to Moab up to the Uinta Basin. Highs will be in the 80s and 90s, partly cloudy skies up north, mostly cloudy to overcast down south. Wednesday will be very similar, partly to mostly cloudy skies with most of the thunderstorm activity over southern and eastern areas in the state, and isolated storms up north and to the west. Flash flooding will be a concern from around Moab up to Vernal. For the end of the week and the weekend, isolated storms will stick around across the state with near average temperatures. South wind will pick up again late this week and this weekend.
Have a great Tuesday!
~ Curtis Ray
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