Monday's Pinpoint Forecast: A FLOOD WATCH is in effect for southern, central, and eastern Utah. More moisture from the remnants of "Ivo" will produce widespread rain for most of southern Utah. While the streams, rivers, washes, and slot canyons are running higher than normal, flooding thus far has been limited and isolated. A couple showers, maybe a thunderstorm will develop for northern Utah. Otherwise, it will be a mainly cloudy and therefore cooler than normal day across the state. Highs will be in the 70s to low 80s, but 50s and 60s in the higher elevations with showers. Tuesday, more moisture from "Ivo" will spread across the state. Steady rain could continue for southern parts of the state, but a little more sunshine will increase the instability and thunderstorm chances for northern Utah. Wednesday and Thursday will be a drier, with isolated storms and temperatures heating up. Heading into Labor Day Weekend, widespread storms will return late Friday and especially Saturday. Sunday and Labor Day look drier and warmer.
Have a great Monday!
~ Curtis Ray
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