Severe weather makes its presence felt Friday around Utah
SALT LAKE CITY — Severe weather made its presence felt in all sorts of ways around the state on Friday.
According to the National Weather Service out of Salt Lake City, various parts of the state got hit by wind and rain.
Some highlights from thunderstorms today across northern Utah…
🌧0.72″ Joes Valley (Central Mtns)
🌧0.40″ Point of the Mountain
🌧0.35″ Olympus Cove
— NWS Salt Lake City (@NWSSaltLakeCity) August 6, 2022
Friday’s severe weather also made traveling difficult, especially in northern Utah.
— NWS Salt Lake City (@NWSSaltLakeCity) August 5, 2022
Friday evening, The Chicks were scheduled to perform at the Usana Amphitheatre. While the show went on as scheduled, it was delayed by about a half hour as severe weather passed through the area.
Doors are OPEN! Please proceed to the main gates and have your tickets out and ready to scan. pic.twitter.com/afxcegdgAv
— USANA Amphitheatre (@usanaamp) August 6, 2022
According to the KSL weather forecast, Salt Lake City and Ogden have a 70% chance of more showers on Saturday. Provo has a 60% chance of additional rain on Saturday. St. George has only a 10% chance of rain over the weekend.
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