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Sunny Skies Doesn't Mean Flooding is Over

Sunny Skies Doesn't Mean Flooding is Over



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(KSL News) -- Governor Jon Huntsman Jr. is expected to visit Box Elder County today. Officials say the water in Box Elder Creek has gone down. But Brigham City Administrator Don Tingey says they're still monitoring the snow pack on the mountains. "That's our biggest concern right now. In fact we've gone up into the area of Manaway Reservoir and assessed what our snow pack was and we really feel on Thursday that the it was the lower snow pack coupled with the rain that made the creek rise."

Tingey says two families were displaced from the flooding, although no homes were destroyed. He says they have an additional 20-thousand sandbags ready in case they see more flooding in the coming days.

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