Severe weather caused multiple problems throughout Northern Utah

Severe winds whipped through Northern Utah causing vehicle accidents and downed power lines Tuesday afternoon. In Sardine Canyon, a semi-truck rolled over in the Dry Lake area, shutting down both lanes of traffic for approximately an hour. The winds also tossed debris all over Highway 89/91 in the canyon. The canyon re-opened after the truck was moved, but there was still a high winds advisory for several hours. The Utah Department of Transportation prohibited high profile trucks from entering the canyon until the winds died down.There were also traffic hazards on State Road 30, commonly referred to as Valley View Highway. A downed power line backed up traffic and utility crews worked to repair it at approximately 1900 West.There was also a downed power line and pine tree on Highway 101 at approximately 2600 West in Hyrum. The road was shut down until the power line could be repaired and the tree removed.

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