NWS issues severe thunderstorm warning in Grand County
GRAND COUNTY, Utah — The National Weather Service sent out a severe thunderstorm warning in parts of Grand County Sunday afternoon.
We have extended the Severe Thunderstorm Warning for the storm currently over Enoch. The public reports hail in excess of half dollar size. This storm is also producing gusty winds and very heavy rain that will cause areas of standing water. Do not drive into flooded roads! #utwx https://t.co/AnICpE6QpI
— NWS Salt Lake City (@NWSSaltLakeCity) October 2, 2022
The NWS says it is receiving reports of half-dollar-sized hail. Additionally, the storm is producing strong winds and heavy rainfall.
The NWS advises not to drive in areas of standing water that may result from the storm’s heavy rainfall.
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