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Rain, flooding expected Thursday afternoon - July 22

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Rain, flooding expected Thursday afternoon - July 22
Rain, flooding expected Thursday afternoon - July 22

SEASON AND THAT'S GOING TOCONTINUE TODAY AND ALREADYWE'RE QUICKLY SEEINGTHE SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMSBLOSSOMIN GIN CENTRAL ANDSOUTHERN UTAH AND I WANT TOTAKE YOU TO THOSE AREAS FIRSTAND FOREMOST.I'LL BRNGI YOU IN ALONGTHE WASATCH FRONT THINGS AREFAIRLY CALM HERE RIGHT NOW SIRSO MOST FOLKS ARE GETTING OUTYOU'RE JUST SEEING SOME CLOUDSOUT THERE, SUNSHINE PEEKINGTHROUGH IT ACTUALLY LOOKSBEAUTIFUL BUT IN RICHFIELD WEHAVE A STRONG STORM OR ASTRONGER STORM THAT'S ACTUALLYMAKING ITS WAY ALL ALONG I 70RIGHT NOW.SO IT'S PUSHING NORTH EAST OUTOF RICHFIELD COTNINUING TO SEETHAT STRONG STORM THROUGHPAYING WHICH A LOT OF THIS ISIN THE HIGHER ELEVATION ANDTHEN ALSO BRING TO WHERE WEHAVE ALREADY 16 LIGHTNINGSTRIKSE IN THE LAST 30 MINUTESAND SO THOSE ARE THE AREASWHERE WE'RE SEEING THOSE HEAVYDOWNPOURS WHERE HAIL ISPOSSIBLE AND YOU'RE SEEINGTHOSE LIGHTNING TSRIKE SOPLEASE BE PREPARED,BE AND STAYWHETHER AWARE TODAY BUT FORFOLKS THAT ARE ALONGTHE WASATCH FRONT YOU TAKEALOOK AT OUR OAXACAN THINGS LOOKCALM RIGHT NOW WE HAVE SOME OFTHOSE BIG BEAUTIFUL CLOUDS OUTTHERE LOOKS LIKE CLEAR BLUESKIES PEEKING THROUGH SOME OFTHOSE CLOUDS AND WE'RE AT 90 INSALT LAKE CITY FEELING LIKE 80DEGREES THE BREEZE TODAY'SMAKING IT FEEL MORE LIKE A LIKEA FURNACE LOW 90S ALL ALONGWASATCH FRONT SO IT'S GOING TOBE A TOASTY DAY YOU CAN FEELYUO CAN FEEL IT AS YOU GETOUTSIDE EIGHTY ONE IN PARK CITYFURTHER SOUTH IN ST GEORGEYOU'RE IN THE LOW 90S MOABNEARING 90 RIGHT NOW AND WESTILL HAVE AT HIGH PRESSURETHAT SENATE OVER THE FOURCORNERS AREA.WE'RE SUED TO THIS THIS TIME OFTHE YEAR IT'S PULLING INMOISTURE FROM THE DESERT ANDTHAT'S IS GOING TO FUELTHE SOHWERS AND THUNDERSTORMSAS WE GO INTO THE AFTERNOON.SO MONSOONAL MOISTURE STILL INPLACE.MORE SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMSOUR GREATEST THREAT FORFLOODING IS GOING TO BE CAPITOLREEF NATIONAL PARK AND TRHOUGHSOUTH CENTRAL UTAH WHICH ISWHERE WEH AVE THAT FLASH FLOODWATCH IN PLACE FOR NORTHERNUTAH YOU COULD SEE SOME SHOWERSAND THUNDERSTORMS LATER ONTODAY BUT AS WE DRY OUTTOMORROW YOU'RE GOING TO STARTTO SEE SOME OF THAT PATCHYSMOKE ATKING OVER AND IT'SGOING TO BE A HOT, HOT HOLIDAYWEEKEND UPPER 90S IN SALT LAKECITY THE BEST CHANCE BESTCHACNE FOR SHOWERS ANDTHUNDERSTORMS AND EVEN IF WEDON'T SEE THOSE HEAVY DOWNPOURSYOU'LL GET SOME OF THOSE GUSTYOUTFLOW WINDS IT'S GOING TO BEAFTER 6:00 TONIGHT BUT YOUCOULD START TO SEE SOME SEESOME OF THOSE OPPPING UP BYABOUT TWO O'CLOCK THISAFETRNOON LOW MID TO UPPER 90SALONG THEW ASATCH FOR AN EXCUSEME EIGHTY FIVE IN PARK CITYMOST OF US ACROSS WE HAEVTHE CHANCE FOR THUNDERSTORMSBUT THE BEST CHANCE BEST CHANCEIS WHERE YOU'RE SEEINGI T RIGHTNOW CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN UTAHWILL PEAK AT ONE HUNDRED ANDST.GEORGE AND TONIGHT YOU'REGOING TO DROP DOWN TO THE MIDSEVENTIES.SO NOT GETTING MUCH RELIEF JUSTLIKE LAST NIGHT INTO THISMORNING BUT AS WE GO INTOTHE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS, THINGSWILL CHANGE EVENTUALLY INSOUTHERN UTAH BUT WE'RE GOINGTO HOLD ON TO THOSE CHANCES FORSHOWERS THUNDERSTORMS GOINGINTO YOUR HOLIDAY WEEKEND SO.SO MAKE SURE YOU'RE STYAINGWEATHER AWARE AND THEN AS WE GOINOT THE BEGINNING OF NEXT WEEKOH LOW 90S BY TUESDAY THAT'SGOING TO FEEL GDOO IN SOUTHERNUTAH, NORTHERN UTAH YOU DRYTOMORROW AND WE'LL STAY DRYGOING INTO YOUR HOLIDAY WEEKENDBUT KEEP IN MIND IT'S GOING TOBE TOASTY BAKING HOT FOR YOURSATURDAY AND SUNDAY THAT'SGOING TO STICK WITH US ONMONDAY AND THEN MAX, WE'LL SEETHOSE CHANSCE FOR THUNDERSTORMSAND SHOWERS POPPIN

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