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    Snowpack in Utah's mountains typically peaks around April 1 before the beginning of spring runoff.  While snowpack is way below normal, Utah's water reserves are not in bad shape.
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    A total of three homes remain on a mandatory evacuation order and residents of a fourth home have voluntarily moved, over concerns about a landslide that first began moving in November.
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    Water is always a concern in Southern Utah. This year, however, the lack of a decent snow pack or rain storms means it’s more of a concern than normal.
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    As a winter storm approaches Salt Lake City, avalanche forecasters are keeping a close eye on the back country.
  • UDOT urging drivers to stop passing plow trucks

    WEST VALLEY CITY – Utah Department of Transportation plow drivers live for the snow, but they’ve had enough of drivers trying to pass them during snow storms. Sixty plow trucks were struck during the 2016-17 winter season. And while Utah has had hardly as much snow this winter, eleven trucks have already been involved in […]
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    Bring KSL Weather Works to your school! Submit a request for meteorologist Dan Guthrie to talk about studying and forecasting weather, how it can impact your daily life, and how meteorologists predict and deliver weather forecasts to the public. Our KSL Weather Works coordinator is in the office once a week and will respond to […]