Utah is in a state of emergency as melting snow is likely to cause months of flooding


A state of emergency was issued in Utah on Tuesday after record levels of snow have started to melt, causing flooding, Gov. Spencer Cox said. The melting could continue for months and cause events, such as avalanches, landslides, mudslides and rockslides, the memo said.

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