Heavy Rainfall Brings Flash Flooding to Utah National Park

Heavy rainfall initiated flash flooding in Capitol Reef National Park in south-central Utah on July 27.

This video shows water careening down Grand Wash, which is “normally dry,” according to the National Park.

The National Weather Service reported storms moving northward throughout the day on June 27, and warned of heavy rain and lightning. Credit: Capitol Reef National Park via Storyful

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