|0600 UTC (0000 MDT) 12 September 2013 Analysis of 700-mb geopotential height (contours), wind (barbs), and relative humidity (color filled at 10% increments beginning at 70%).|
The net impact of all this rain has been tremendous stream flows. The Dirty Devil near Hanksville topped out at almost 10,000 cubic feet per second (cfs). Note that on Sunday, the flow was around 30 cfs.
At least 1 is dead and at the University of Colorado some students have been evacuated and classes have been cancelled.
All of this and I haven't even discussed the modest downslope wind event along some portions of the Wasatch Front (gusts to 47 mph at Centerville and 45 mph at the University of Utah).
Yup, this is quite an event. And it isn't over yet.