Freezing temperatures are expected in some parts of Northern Utah’s mountain valleys Wednesday night and Thursday morning.
Just when you thought summer was here to stay, Mother Nature surprises you — there’s a chance of accumulating snow this Wednesday in Northern Utah.
Like many other waterways in Utah, the Ogden River is extremely high and dangerous right now, the National Weather Service says. The river is flowing at 17 times its normal capacity.
Water from heavy snowmelt is flowing into the Logan River, which could result in flooding Friday night and Saturday morning.
Thunderstorms with strong winds and large hail are possible throughout Northern Utah Monday afternoon.
With warm temperatures causing snowmelt and a chance of rain and thunderstorms in the forecast, northeast Weber County is under a flood warning for the entire week, officials say.
The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City has issued a high wind warning for much of the Wasatch Front, extending from Logan and Brigham City in the north, to as far south as Provo and Nephi.
Between Friday night and Saturday morning, parts of Weber, Davis and Box Elder counties are expected to see strong winds, with some gusts reaching 55 mph.
The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City is calling for rain starting Monday and continuing throughout the week, with possible isolated thunderstorms Monday afternoon and evening.