A big storm is on the way, and Rocky Mountain Power is keeping a close watch on it. Some places might have strong winds and thunderstorms soon. The company is all set to deal with any problems caused by the bad weather.
As we get ready for this storm, what can you do to stay safe?
And how is the company making sure things get fixed quickly afterwards?
Let’s find out more about this upcoming storm and what it means for our area.
What’s the Update?
Rocky Mountain Power said they’re keeping an eye on a storm coming from the remains of Tropical Storm Hilary. The storm might cause trouble in some parts of the state on Monday. There could be strong winds and thunderstorms.
The company wants people to know that this storm might cause power problems. They’re ready to fix things if the power goes out. They also want to warn everyone to stay away from any wires that fall down. These wires could be dangerous.
Tropical Storm Hilary came to land on Sunday in Baja California.
In Utah, a meteorologist named Jill Margetts said that moisture will move into the western side of the state starting Sunday. In the northern part of Utah, the sky will be covered with clouds, and there’s a small chance of isolated thunderstorms.
The biggest thunderstorms on Sunday will probably be in southwestern Utah, where the weather could get really bad. There will also be a lot of moisture from the tropical storm throughout the week.
On Monday, the western part of Utah might have strong winds. They issued a warning about this. The winds could be around 25-35 mph, and sometimes they might be even stronger, up to 60 mph.
There’s also a watch for floods in southern and central Utah. This warning goes until Monday evening. The places under the watch might experience sudden flooding.
Rocky Mountain Power wants people to tell them if the power goes out. This helps them find out what’s wrong and fix it faster. If your power goes out, you can call (877) 508-5088, use their app, or text OUT to 759677 for updates.
In the face of uncertain weather, Rocky Mountain Power’s vigilant preparations and prompt response underscore their commitment to keeping the community safe and connected. Remember to take precautions and stay informed during this stormy period.
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