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HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
616 AM MDT SAT APR 30 2016

UTZ001>016-019>021-517-518-WYZ021-011300-
CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION-NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT-
SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS-SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT-
GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS-WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS-
WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH-WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80-
WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS-WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS-
WESTERN UINTA BASIN-CASTLE COUNTRY-SAN RAFAEL SWELL-
SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS-WEST CENTRAL UTAH-SOUTHWEST UTAH-
UTAHS DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK-SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH-
GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL-CENTRAL MOUNTAINS-
SOUTHERN MOUNTAINS-SOUTHWEST WYOMING-
616 AM MDT SAT APR 30 2016

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF CENTRAL UTAH...
NORTHERN UTAH...SOUTHERN UTAH AND SOUTHWEST WYOMING.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT

ISOLATED TO SCATTERED VALLEY RAIN AND HIGH MOUNTAIN SNOW SHOWERS
WILL CONTINUE ACROSS MUCH OF THE OUTLOOK AREA TODAY...WITH MINOR
ACCUMULATIONS OF SNOW ABOVE 7500 FEET. MORE WIDESPREAD
PRECIPITATION IS EXPECTED ACROSS FAR SOUTHERN UTAH.

STRONG EASTERLY DOWNSLOPE WINDS ARE POSSIBLE TONIGHT THROUGH
SUNDAY ALONG THE WASATCH FRONT AND CACHE VALLEY WITH IMPACTS TO
INCLUDE THE I-15 CORRIDOR FROM SALT LAKE CITY NORTH THROUGH
BRIGHAM CITY.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...SUNDAY THROUGH FRIDAY

EASTERLY DOWNSLOPE WINDS ARE EXPECTED TO CONTINUE ALONG THE
WASATCH FRONT INTO SUNDAY NIGHT BEFORE GRADUALLY TAPERING OFF.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

WEATHER SPOTTERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO REPORT SIGNIFICANT WEATHER
CONDITIONS ACCORDING TO STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION FROM NOAA/S NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE VISIT...
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/SALTLAKECITY/ (ALL LOWER CASE)

FOR INFORMATION ON POTENTIAL ROAD TRAVEL IMPACTS VISIT...
HTTP://WWW.UDOTTRAFFIC.UTAH.GOV/ROADWEATHERFORECAST.ASPX


Hydrologic Outlook


HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
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HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BOISE ID
609 AM MDT SAT APR 30 2016

...HIGH STREAM FLOWS IN SOUTHERN OWYHEE COUNTY...

RIVERS CREEKS AND STREAMS CONTINUE TO RUN STRONG ACROSS PARTS OF
SOUTHERN OWYHEE COUNTY...PARTICULARLY IN THE BRUNEAU AND JARBIDGE
RIVER BASINS. ABOVE AVERAGE HIGH ELEVATION SNOWPACK REMAINS IN
THESE WATERSHEDS AND A WARMING TREND THIS WEEKEND AND EARLY NEXT
WEEK WILL ACCELERATE SNOWMELT.

WATER LEVELS SHOULD BE MONITORED AS THE INCREASED SNOWMELT MAY
LEAD TO FLOODING ISSUES ALONG SMALL RIVERS CREEKS AND STREAMS IN
UPPER PORTIONS OF THE BRUNEAU AND JARBIDGE WATERSHEDS.

IF YOU HAVE PLANS TO UTILIZE BACKCOUNTRY ROADS NEAR THE NEVADA
BORDER IN SOUTHERN OWYHEE COUNTY...BE AWARE THAT UNPAVED ROADS MAY
BE QUITE MUDDY OR IMPASSABLE AT TIMES.


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HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NVZ030-031-034>036-038-039-011200-

HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ELKO NV
221 AM PDT SAT APR 30 2016

...HIGH STREAM FLOWS POSSIBLE THIS WEEKEND...

A STORM SYSTEM WILL BRING MORE VALLEY RAIN AND MOUNTAIN SNOW TODAY
FOLLOWED BY A WARMING TREND NEXT WEEK. RIVERS CREEKS AND STREAMS
ARE ALREADY RUNNING STRONG AND ANY ADDITIONAL RAINFALL COMBINED
WITH WARMER TEMPERATURES MAY CAUSE SOME CREEKS RUNNING OFF THE
MOUNTAINS TO EXCEED BANK-FULL. LAMOILLE CREEK...MARTIN
CREEK...SALMON FALLS CREEK...AND THE BRUNEAU RIVER ARE FOUR SITES
THAT BEAR WATCHING AS THEY RESPOND MORE RAPIDLY TO EXCESSIVE SNOW-
MELT THIS TIME OF YEAR. THERE ARE ALSO NUMEROUS SMALL CHANNELS
ORIGINATING IN THE MOUNTAINS THAT MAY CAUSE FLOODING ISSUES OR
SOGGY ROADWAYS. IF TRAVELING IN THE BACK-COUNTRY THIS WEEKEND...BE
AWARE THAT SOME DIRT OR GRAVEL ROADWAYS MAY BECOME IMPASSABLE AT
TIMES.

AS WATER FROM STREAMS MAKES ITS WAY INTO THE HUMBOLDT
RIVER...THERE MAY ALSO BE SOME HIGH FLOWS EXPERIENCED ALONG THE
HUMBOLDT RIVER FROM BATTLE MOUNTAIN TO WINNEMUCCA IN EARLY MAY.
NO FLOODING IS FORECAST FOR THE HUMBOLDT AT THIS TIME.

$$

LW

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