SALT LAKE CITY — The National Weather Service issued wind advisories in parts of northern Utah for Monday night through Wednesday morning.
The first advisory will take effect at midnight and remain in place through noon Tuesday. Weber and Davis counties will be the focus of the first advisory, with gusts forecast to reach 50
mph or greater.
A stronger event is forecast for Tuesday night through Wednesday morning and is expected to be felt from Brigham City to North Salt Lake. Gusts for the second event may reach more than 65 miles per hour.
The National Weather Service is warning of potentially strong crosswinds along I-15, US-89 and Legacy Parkway in the area between Tremonton and North Salt Lake.
The wind gusts could also cause property damage. Decorations, trampolines and other outdoor items are the most vulnerable to potential damage.
According to the NWS Salt Lake City office, residents of eastern Box Elder County, northern Salt Lake County and Cache, Davis and Weber counties are encouraged to monitor forecasts for updated information on the windy weather.
Gusty winds - up to 50 mph - are possible across portions of the northern Wasatch Front and Cache Valley Monday night into Tuesday morning.— NWS Salt Lake City (@NWSSaltLakeCity) April 12, 2021
⚠️Wind advisories are now in effect for these areas from midnight tonight through noon Tuesday. ⚠️ #utwx pic.twitter.com/sSrDyKp8FU