Advisories

Significant State Activity 

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Active Fires Statewide – Several fires are active across the State. Click here to view all active fires. There are currently no significant threats and no State resources requested.

Fire Restriction Order – The Summit County Sheriff has issued a target shooting restriction in the area of Echo Canyon north of Interstate 80 between milepost 168 and milepost 171.5, and Interstate 84 between milepost 117.5 and 118.5 in the Hell Canyon area. Click here for more information. A map is available here.

Flooding – Promised Land Resort (Duchesne County) – On July 26 heavy rains caused debris flow across the roads in the area of Promised Land Resort at the Pinnacles (formerly Camelot Resort). Deputies and County Road Crews worked to evacuate campers from the area.

Flooding – Thistle (Utah County) – On July 26 Utah County received reports of large debris (trees, rocks, water & boulders) blocking a portion of Highway 89. Utah County Sheriff’s Office, the County Roads Department, Utah Department of Transportation and Sanpete officials collaborated on traffic management. The DPS helicopter assisted with scene assessment. Highway 89 has since been cleared and re-opened. No injuries reported however the debris basin has significant damage.

Algal Bloom (Salt Lake, Utah, Uintah & Piute Counties) –  The lake-wide warning for harmful algal blooms is now lifted for Utah Lake (Utah County). Provo Bay and Goshen Bay are under a warning for harmful algal blooms. Lincoln Beach remains closed. A Warning Advisory is in effect for the Jordan River and canals as well as the Jordan Narrows, Blackridge Reservoir and Wheeler Farm (Salt Lake County), Calder Reservoir (Uintah County), Matt Warner Reservoir (Uintah County), McClellan Lake (Utah County), Manning Meadows Reservoir (Piute County) and Upper Box Creek Reservoir (Piute County). Click here for more information.

Weather –  The National Weather Service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for all of Utah.

  • Western two thirds of Utah: Locally heavy rainfall will remain possible today, maintaining a a chance of flash flooding in prone areas like burn scars, slot canyons, and normally dry washes. For more information click here. No hazardous weather is expected Friday through Wednesday.
  • Eastern Utah: Monsoon moisture will continue to fuel widespread light rain with locally heavy rain showers. Isolated to scattered thunderstorms will produce occasional lightning. In heavier showers rainfall rates in excess of inch per hour are possible and local flooding and debris flows are possible. Fewer storms are expected Friday and Saturday, focusing in the southwest Colorado mountains and along the Continental Divide. Another surge of monsoonal moisture  and associated showers and thunderstorms is expected Sunday and Monday.

Always check your National Weather Service– SLC