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SLC mayor urges wise water use, warns of city shortage

Katie McKellar  |  posted Apr 13th - 10:58pm
In the face of low snow and spring runoff levels, Salt Lake Mayor Ralph Becker is calling on city residents to be extra cautious in their use of water.
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Envision Utah launches survey, wants Utah voices

Jed Boal  |  posted Apr 7th - 6:41pm
Future planning for our communities starts right now. State leaders and Envision Utah want to hear Utahns' voices and want them to weigh in during the next two months.
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Warm winter leads to 'once-in-a-lifetime' low snow runoff, experts say

Morgan Jacobsen  |  posted Apr 6th - 9:15pm
As chances for runoff recovery have all but dried up for the year, continued water restrictions are becoming likely in especially dry parts of the state, as well as a heavier push for water conservation throughout the year.
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Winter brought record warmth to SLC, Provo

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  posted Mar 6th - 9:02am
If you thought it was warm and dry these last couple of months, your suspicions are part of what is going down in the record books. It was the warmest and driest winter on record for the Salt Lake International Airport.
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Powerful storm system headed to southern Utah

Marjorie Cortez  |  posted Feb 21st - 6:57pm
Salt Lake County got just a light dusting of snow Saturday but a storm system is expected to drop down from Canada Sunday and Monday could dump up to 2 feet of snow in central and southern mountains, and 5 to 10 inches elsewhere.
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Unusual weather brings rare fire hazard for northern Utah

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  posted Feb 9th - 7:42pm
It's warm, it's dry and it's a perfect setting for brush fires to start, even though it is only February. With five blazes that were logged this weekend, state fire officials are warning people to be extra careful and to note suspicious activity.
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Utah winter is warm, but snow in mountains keeps water anxiety at bay

Emilee Bench  |  posted Feb 2nd - 10:37pm
It has been a warm winter in Salt Lake City with the fourth lowest amount of snowfall recorded for the month of January, according to KSL meteorologist Kevin Eubank.
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Study details impacts to Utah if Colorado River runs dry

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  posted Jan 15th - 8:06pm
A new study commissioned by Protect the Flows looks at what life would be like for a year without water from the Colorado River in the seven basin states. Impacts are dissected for Utah and by consequences to individual sectors, such as real estate.
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Avalanche beacons serve as potential life-saving devices for plow drivers

Jed Boal  |  posted Jan 13th - 7:12am
As snow continually piles up, this usually means a full day for UDOT plow drivers. Because drivers constantly confront hazardous conditions, they also come equipped with potential life-saving devices — avalanche beacons.
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Dreaming of a white Christmas? Go West

Scott Mayerowitz, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 25th - 9:46am
If it's a white Christmas you're after, you'd better follow this familiar advice: Go West.
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