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Forecast rain has flood victims concerned about a second hit

Sandra Yi  |  posted Feb 12th - 7:55pm
The chance of more rain has some Eagle Mountain homeowners on edge Tuesday, and they hope they're prepared enough to prevent a repeat of what happened over the weekend.
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Snow a welcome site for Utah farmers, ranchers

Mike Anderson  |  posted Feb 7th - 7:17pm
Woodruff Narrows Reservoir in Rich County has been greatly depleted over the last few years, and nearby farmers need the water. But according to state experts, getting enough water to get out of the drought will be a very tall order.
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The watershed underneath the Wasatch Mountains

Jodie Saeland  |  posted Dec 14th - 7:13pm
The snow has been piling up in Utah's mountains over the past few weeks, keeping the skiers and snowboarders happy — but it is also great for the watershed. In fact, there is a whole underground aquifer in Little Cottonwood Canyon that plays a big part in our drinking water.
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Severe weather, winds hit Utah

McKenzie Romero  |  posted Nov 21st - 10:25pm
Utahns across the state were met by the beginning of a weekend of severe weather Thursday as wind gusts tore across the Wasatch Front, snow began to fall and storms moved in from the south.
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Bountiful officials, residents fearful of high winds in forecast

Keith McCord  |  posted Nov 20th - 7:58pm
Two years ago high winds slammed through parts of northern Utah and caused millions of dollars in damage. With heavy wind in the forecast, Davis County residents are preparing for some potential déjà vu.
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Powerful typhoon hits Philippines

Oliver Teves and Teresa Cerojano, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 7th - 10:20pm
One of the most powerful typhoons ever recorded slammed into the Philippines on Friday, setting off landslides, knocking out power in one entire province and cutting communications in the country's central region of island provinces. Two people had died.
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Salt Lake City breaks mark for 95-degree days

Associated Press  |  posted Aug 31st - 10:18am
The heat that has gripped Salt Lake City for much of the summer broke yet another record Friday.
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Extreme heat warrants extreme caution, health experts say

Haley Smith and Andrew Adams  |  posted Jun 28th - 5:45pm
With extreme heat forecasted across the state of Utah over the next week, emergency workers and heat experts are emphasizing the need for people to use extreme caution — especially in cars and on the pavement.
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Lehi implements 'extraordinary water conservation measures'

Amy Joi O'Donoghue and Ashley Kewish  |  posted Jun 19th - 11:02pm
Lehi is dangerously close to running out of drinking water, so the city has imposed watering restrictions on its 12,000 households. But Lehi isn't the only Utah city facing a water shortage problem.
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Dry weather already prompting fire restrictions, calls for conservation

Alex Cabrero  |  posted Jun 7th - 10:30pm
Normally this time of year, Utahns are looking at big water runoffs from the snowpack and rainstorms, but that's not what we've got. In fact, experts say the state hasn't been this dry in about a decade.
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