Washington County will also be under a high wind warning with comparable wind speeds and the very same possible threats, however without the freezing temperatures. This warning is in result from 4 p.m. Sunday up until 4 p.m. Monday.
The Salt Lake and Tooele valleys are under a less-extreme wind advisory from 6 p.m. Sunday night until noon Monday. However, homeowners may still experience winds of 15-25 miles per hour and gusts of approximately 45 near canyons on the Salt Lake Valleys east bench. Protecting items and driving thoroughly due to possible icy, slick roads is also encouraged in these areas.
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These locations are anticipated to experience northeast winds of 20-30 miles per hour, with gusts up to 60 mph. The Salt Lake and Tooele valleys are under a less-extreme wind advisory from 6 p.m. Sunday night till twelve noon Monday. Homeowners might still experience winds of 15-25 mph and gusts of up to 45 near canyons on the Salt Lake Valleys east bench.
SALT LAKE CITY– The National Weather Service has released wind warnings and advisories for parts of the Wasatch Front and southern Utah beginning Sunday night.
Locations in the “Northern Wasatch Front” are expected to see the greatest winds– they are under a high wind caution from 8 p.m. Sunday until noon Monday. Davis and Weber counties are specifically vulnerable.
“The strongest gusts are expected in the high wind prone locations around Centerville to Farmington in Davis County, and near canyons in Weber County northward,” the warning mentioned.
These areas are expected to experience northeast winds of 20-30 miles per hour, with gusts approximately 60 miles per hour. Residents are urged to protect loose objects on their property as they can be blown away. Home damage and power failures are also possible, the NWS said. Prominent cars, consisting of semitrailers, might have problems in the area.
Pockets of blowing snow are also possible, and the majority of northern Utah is anticipated to see freezing temperatures Sunday night and Monday early morning. This also creates the possibility of slick, icy roadways.