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SALT LAKE CITY -- The National Weather Service says a tornado may have touched down in the Lake Powell area.
Radar indicated a tornado formed 40 miles southwest of Bullfrog at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday.
The Weather Service also reported thunderstorms were dropping hail the size of pingpong balls in the area.
A tornado warning quickly expired for southern Utah, but meteorologists say central Utah remains a target until 6 p.m. MDT Wednesday.
A tornado watch has been issued for the following counties:
- Emery County
- Garfield County
- Grand County
- Kane County
- Piute County
- Sanpete County
- San Juan County
- Sevier County
- Wayne County
A flash flood warning has also been issued for the same nine counties until 6 p.m. Wednesday
Story compiled with contributions from KSL News and The Associated Press.