...The Flood Advisory continues for the following rivers in Utah...
Logan River Near Logan affecting Cache County.
.Warm temperatures will continue to melt high mountain snowpack and
increase river flows.
For the Logan River...including Logan...elevated river levels are
As rivers continue to run high, cold and fast, stay away from
Additional information is available at www.weather.gov.
The next statement will be issued Monday afternoon at 1200 PM MDT.
...FLOOD ADVISORY FOR SNOWMELT REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL EARLY
* WHAT...Continued high flows remaining near bankfull, but gradually
* WHERE...Logan River Near Logan.
* WHEN...Until early tomorrow afternoon.
* IMPACTS...At 5.2 feet (1540 cfs), minor flooding will impact the
Birch Glen summer home development in Logan Canyon. Additionally,
various campgrounds throughout Logan Canyon will receive flood
* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...
- At 10:00 AM MDT Sunday the stage was 4.9 feet (1290 CFS).
- Forecast...The river will continue to oscillate just below
action stage (5.0 feet, 1374 cfs) this week. Minor inundation
of low lying areas adjacent to the river channel will
- Action stage is 5.0 feet (1374 cfs).
- Flood stage is 5.2 feet (1552 cfs).
Mark Hurd takes election ballots to process through a counting machine on Nov. 2, 2020, in Logan.
Cache County saw the highest voter turnout on record — 93.3% — after the official canvas results were released on Tuesday. There were 58,905 ballots counted from the 63,833 registered voters, and, as happens whenever voters aren’t a fan of either candidate, thousands of ballots featured write-in candidates — the highest in recent years.
“Write-in candidates are really a novelty in American politics,” said Damon Cann, a political science professor at Utah State University.
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