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Severe storm brings half-dollar-sized hail to several parts of the valley

SALT LAKE CITY — A critical thunderstorm caution used to be in impact for several parts of Utah Monday morning as hail and rain poured down throughout the Wasatch Front.


The storm, which moved throughout the Salt Lake Valley and into Summit County, introduced wind gusts of up to 60 mph and hail ranging in dimension from 1 / 4 to a half-dollar. The National Weather Service stated a twister used to be imaginable as the storm moved over Summit County.


The storm additionally affected riding prerequisites, slowing site visitors as rain and hail pelted the freeways in Salt Lake County.


Several other people recorded the hail, announcing they’d by no means noticed anything else relatively love it ahead of. Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox posted a photograph appearing dents in his automobile after he drove via the storm on I-15.






Meanwhile, at the University of Utah, skies have been sunny and delightful rain used to be falling.


Until the storm in spite of everything determined to display up to elegance.


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