Finally Salt Lake gets some! 0.56 inches overnight at the Salt Lake International Airport and a whopping 1.12 inches in Ogden. You had to enjoy the thunder, lightning, hail (in some places), and soaking rain, which we desperately needed. The satellite and radar loop below shows that the overnight storms were produced by a convective system that initiated over southwest Utah and southeast Nevada and became organized as it moved northward toward the Salt Lake Valley. The system is now moving into southwest Wyoming.
With the A/C off and the windows open, my house is now cooler than it has been in at least two months.