Fast-moving thunderstorm has passed; rainfall continues along Wasatch range

Posted at 8:22 PM, May 27, 2015
and last updated 2015-05-27 22:54:32-04

SALT LAKE CITY — A fast-moving thunderstorm briefly passed through northern Utah bringing heavy rain and gusty winds Wednesday night.

The National Weather Service ended its severe thunderstorm warning at 8:45 p.m. The Wasatch range is expected to see continued rainfall, according to a tweet from the weather service.

The severe thunderstorm warning was issued for Box Elder, Davis, Salt Lake and Weber counties.

FOX 13 News’ meteorologist Brett Benson said a line of storms stretches from Idaho to Utah County bringing with it heavy rain, gusty winds, hail and lightning.

The storm will continue to move east through the state.

The storm will impact northern Salt Lake, southeastern Box Elder, southwestern Weber and northern Davis counties, the weather service reports.

Rocky Mountain Power has not reported any large-scale outages at this time.

An aviation weather warning is also in effect for the Salt Lake City International Airport.

Read more on the weather warnings here:

More information will be provided as this story develops.