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Situation Reports and Weekly Briefings


Included is the Utah Division of Emergency Management’s Weekly Briefing for May 24, 2018.

Significant State Activity

Please see link for more information regarding algal blooms in preparation for summer.

New: The National Weather Service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for today and tomorrow. Dry and very warm conditions will occur today with some storms possible over the eastern Uinta mountains this afternoon gusty outflow winds and lighting will be the primary threats with these storms over northeast Utah. Otherwise, expect mostly sunny skies to prevail.

New: DEM is participating in two exercises today, one is for the Veterans Administration and the other is for the Utah National Guard.

Update: Grand County, Emery County, Carbon County, and San Juan County have renewed their declarations of drought emergency. Click here for current drought conditions across the State.

See the report as a webpage

Utah Current Conditions Map



Why we do this:

The Division of Emergency Management’s planners regularly disseminate information to the emergency management community and top elected officials. The information takes one of two forms depending on the nature of incidents in our state. Both are designed to keep our stakeholders on the same page when it comes to the potential for activation of state resources.

Weekly Briefings — These briefings are sent each Thursday around noon and contain a synopsis of weather events, upcoming large group gatherings and preparedness information.

Situation Reports — These reports are sent when emergency situations warrant. SitReps generally come out once a day during an incident that requires state-level resources or coordination.