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FLASH FLOOD POTENTIAL RATING
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
301 PM MDT WED OCT 22 2014

          FLASH FLOOD POTENTIAL RATING FOR SOUTHERN UTAH

                                ...THURSDAY...         ...FRIDAY...

ARCHES NATL PARK                     DRY                   DRY

BRYCE CANYON NATL PARK               DRY                   DRY

CANYONLANDS NATL PARK                DRY                   DRY

CAPITOL REEF NATL PARK               DRY                   DRY

GLEN CANYON NATL REC AREA            DRY                   DRY

GRAND STCASE/ESCALANTE NM            DRY                   DRY

NATURAL BRIDGES/GRAND GULCH          DRY                   DRY

SAN RAFAEL SWELL                     DRY                   DRY

ZION NATL PARK                       DRY                   DRY

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DEFINITIONS:

DRY: DRY AIRMASS NOT EXPECTED TO PRODUCE FLASH FLOODING.

LOW: ONLY THE MOST FLASH FLOOD PRONE AREAS SUCH AS SLOT CANYONS MAY
EXPERIENCE FLASH FLOODING.

MODERATE: LOCALIZED SLOT CANYONS...DRY WASHES AND SMALL STREAMS MAY
EXPERIENCE FLASH FLOODING.

HIGH: MANY SLOT CANYONS...DRY WASHES AND SMALL STREAMS ARE EXPECTED
TO EXPERIENCE FLASH FLOODING.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION FROM NOAA/S NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE VISIT...
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