Higher temperatures and severe thunderstorms contributed to at least four reported mud slides across Utah during the weekend. Flood watches and warnings also remain in effect for many areas along the Wasatch Front through the middle of the week.
A flood warning is in effect for the south fork of the Ogden River until noon Wednesday, and a flood watch is in effect for many areas along the northern Wasatch Front until Tuesday afternoon. Flood-watch areas include Cache Valley and Wasatch Mountain valleys north of Interstate 80.
The roadway in Farmington Canyon will be closed for at least two days because of a rockslide that blocked it Sunday afternoon. The slide, including large boulders and debris, covered the road a few miles into the canyon, the Davis County Sheriff's Office reported. The slide may be due to "oversaturated soil," said Davis County Emergency Manager Ellis Bruch.