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Heat and Flood Threats for Monday

Dangerous heat will impact portions the Northwest, Northeast, and the Lower Mississippi River Valley Monday. Organized areas of monsoonal showers and thunderstorms may result in flash flooding and debris flows from the Four Corners region into the Southwest. A stalled cold front will lead to unsettled conditions from the Mississippi and Ohio River Valleys to the Northeast through Wednesday. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sun, Aug. 7, 2022 at 8:03:35 pm MDT

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đŸ’§Moisture will return back into our area this week after a few days of dry conditions. Southern Utah will see a return in rain and thunderstorm activity as early as Tuesday with the rest of Utah seeing this moisture by the end of the week. Looking ahead...this moisture stays in the area into next week, allowing an above normal chance for precipitation across the state.
There is an increased risk of flash flooding for southern Utah national parks and recreation areas. Make sure to check in with local visitor centers or ranger stations before heading out and have a plan if threatening weather approaches.

 

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