SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Officials say snowmelt from Utah’s highest mountain range is causing problems for homeowners in the northeastern part of the state. National Weather Service hydrologist Brian McInerney says flood warnings will remain in effect through Wednesday for the Duchesne River and numerous streams along the Uinta Mountain range. McInerney says a thunderstorm Sunday night caused additional flooding in the northern Utah town of Providence, just south of Logan, and worsened the erosion of bridges and roads in the area. He says the next concern is the potential for flash floods in southern Utah.
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