SALT LAKE CITY -- Gov. Gary Herbert says he plans to keep state resources at work in storm-battered Davis County at least another day.
Herbert says he'll reassess at 5 p.m. Wednesday to determine whether county residents still need assistance from the Utah National Guard, Utah Department of Public Safety and Utah Department of Transportation.
The governor deployed state resources and the Utah National Guard on Sunday in anticipation of another serious wind storm this week. Forecasts initially called for winds of up to 75 mph, and Herbert was concerned about debris from the previous storm going airborne.
Residents were warned to clean up debris before the storm and then stay off roadways once it hit.