Thunderstorms that rolled through Thursday and Friday morning will be gone in time for a nice weekend, according to Utah's top weatherman.
"No problem with the weekend," said William J. Alder, meteorologist in charge of the National Weather Service's regional forecast center in Salt Lake City.On Saturday the weather will be fair to partly cloudy, with a generous dose of sunshine and temperatures reaching to the 70s. Sunday should be a pleasant day, with highs in the 80s, but then another storm system moves in.
The last storm dumped so much rain on northern Utah that some major roads were flooded. Altogether, downtown Salt Lake City was hit by about an inch of rain. Some areas, like the Foothills region, got 1.48 inches.
Other rain totals for the Thursday-Friday storm include: Spanish Fork, 1.92 inches; Springville, 1.19; Orem, 10.7; Roy, 1.47; Snyderville, Summit County, 1.14; Farmington, 1.8; North Ogden, 1.5; South Ogden, 1.59; and Centerville, 1.3.