BRYCE CANYON, Utah – The Salt Lake City branch of the National Weather Service tweeted a photo of a funnel cloud spotted over Bryce Canyon Tuesday.
According to the NWS Salt Lake City, the picture was captured looking west from the National Park visitor center just after noon.
The National Weather Service said scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected across the state Tuesday afternoon and evening.
Expect frequent lightning and heavy downpours, some storms have produced a few funnel clouds already.
These funnel clouds are not expected to pose a hazard.
Low lying areas could become flooded with the heavier storms.
Also, storms may move repeatedly across the same areas further saturating the ground and causing flooding and mud slides.
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