Keep your umbrella handy.

You may be dancing in the rain until Wednesday.William Alder, meteorologist in charge of the Salt Lake Office of the National Weather Service, said the band of moisture that generated Sunday's thundershowers is expected to spread throughout the rest of the state Monday and Tuesday.

Thundershowers caused minor flooding in southwestern Utah early Sunday, but by Sunday night a flash-flood warning was canceled.

Alder said rain washed rocks across U-59 out of Hurricane.

A Washington County sheriff's dispatcher said the debris blocked one lane of traffic on the road from Hurricane to Colorado City, Ariz., until it was cleared by a Utah Department of Transportation crew.

Minor problems, including plugged storm drains, were also reported at LaVerkin.

Alder said the storm developed in northern Arizona and moved into southwest Utah Sunday afternoon. It hit the Wasatch Front Sunday night.

The storm dropped .75 inch of rain in LaVerkin in 7 minutes and .73 of an inch in Hurricane in 30 minutes, Alder said.

Zion National Park recorded .36 of an inch; Richfield, .22; Kanab, .40; north Provo, .50; Holladay, .31; Salt Lake International Airport, .12; Hill Air Force Base, .23., and Brighton, .70.