After Record Number Of Dry Days, St. George Could See Rain This Week
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – It’s been months since St. George has seen any rain, but that could change this week.
In fact, the entire state is expected to get some moisture from a storm heading in Wednesday.
KSL TV meteorologist Grant Weyman said the sun will sticking around for Monday and Tuesday, but then the storm arrives and will bring a statewide storm with valley rain. It’s expected to continue into Thursday with snow in some areas.
Washington County hasn’t seen any rain since June.
“Finally, it’s a drought-busting storm,” Weyman said.
He noted that the rain could cause some flooding, but it’s a little too early to be certain at this point.
The Wasatch Front will get also get some accumulation Wednesday. It could include snow and affect the morning commute, Weyman said.
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