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Sunday Brings Heat Relief For Some; Flash Flood Threat Along Cold Front

A cold front shifting across the Central Plains, Midwest, Great Lakes and Northeast on Sunday will bring some relief from the heat with cooler and drier air. Excessive heat holds Sunday roughly south of I-70. Heavy rain from thunderstorms along the front may bring flash flooding. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sun, Jul. 21, 2019 at 3:25:47 am MDT

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Storms expected to return Monday with increasing monsoonal moisture finally making an appearance in Utah. Monday showers and storms will be possible during the afternoon and evenings, while widely scattered storms are expected Tuesday and Wednesday. Areas impacted include central and southern Utah especially in slot canyons and slick rock recreation areas. Hazards include lightning, gusty winds and brief rain.
Hot daytime temperatures are forecast for the start of this week, specifically Monday and Tuesday. Overnight temperatures will not provide much relief still remaining warm. A reminder to stay hydrated and wear light colored clothing. Try to avoid outdoor activities during the hottest part of the day, the afternoon hours. Always check the backseat for pets and children and never leave pets or children left alone in vehicles.

 

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