The National Weather Service has issued a high wind watch for the Top of Utah.
The NWS expects winds blowing 30 to 40 miles per hour, with gusts approaching 75 miles per hour, from this evening through Monday morning. The winds are forecast to peak after midnight, then gradually decrease Monday afternoon.
The watch is for all of the northern Wasatch front.
The winds will not be as strong or devastating as they were on Thursday, according to the NWS. It does warn that any loose debris left over from that storm will be scattered.
The NWS also advises that it may be dangerous to drive on north-south roads.
The Utah Department of Transportation issued an alert to all trucks and high profile vehicles regarding the forecas