SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — Rivers and streams across Utah could see a rise in water level over the next few days as precipitation increases.
Judging by photos sent in by viewers, waterbodies in northern Utah were have already begun expanding as a result of Thursday's rain showers.
The Wasatch Front's stormy weather is expected to stay throughout the weekend and then taper off by Monday.
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Those planning to spend the holiday weekend camping or hiking should be sure to check the latest weather forecast prior to heading out.
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