Drivers in Utah could see reduced visibility from blowing dust as a storm hits Northern Utah on Monday.
The National Weather Service says the wind will begin during the late morning or early afternoon and should end shortly after sunset. Gusts could exceed 30 mph and might bring rain and snow across northern valleys and mountains.
Don’t get too relaxed down south, though.
The storm up north will cause wind in Southern Utah too. High winds coupled with low humidity mean fire risk is high. The NWS is urging people to be careful when recreating outdoors.