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Last Map Update: Wed, Mar. 21, 2018 at 6:38:25 pm MDT

National Weather Service Boise, IDNational Weather Service Pocatello, IDNational Weather Service Western and Central Wyoming
National Weather Service Elko, NVZoom

National Weather Service Grand Junction, CO
National Weather Service Las Vegas, NVNational Weather Service Flagstaff, AZNational Weather Service Albuquerque, NM

Strong winds will develop across portions western Thursday morning into Thursday evening. Wind gusts in excess of 60 mph will cause strong crosswinds on east-west routes as well as reduced visibilities in blowing dust. The heaviest impact will be on I-80 from Wendover to SLC.
Heavy rain is possible Thursday into Friday as a warm Pacific system with a subtropical moisture tap will bring the threat of heavy rain to Utah. For central and southern Utah, expect all slot canyons, normally dry washes and streams may be running high as well as rises along mainstream rivers. No flooding is expected, though. For northern Utah, rises can be expected along mainstream rivers, though no flooding expected.


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