SALT LAKE CITY — The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City says in the first four days of October, SLC has gotten more rain than the entire summer.
From June through September, the Salt Lake International Airport measured just under three quarters of an inch of rain combined.
In October we’ve seen .94 inches as of 5 AM Friday.
☔️Cool, wet & soggy start to October.🌧️
The first 4 days saw more rain than the entire summer (at the SLC airport station)! And it has been raining even more overnight. Say hello to Fall!#utwx #beUTAHful #Fall pic.twitter.com/d1gLcBQ6so
— NWS Salt Lake City (@NWSSaltLakeCity) October 5, 2018
KSL Meterologist Grant Wayman says in the last 24 hours, parts of Utah has seen impressive totals.
AMAZING amounts of rain in the last 24 hours! pic.twitter.com/ayzcFhyGZs
— Grant Weyman (@KSLweyman) October 5, 2018
Rain is expected to taper mid morning making way for sunshine and another storm with cooler temperatures is expected Saturday into Sunday.
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