Another round of storms made its way across Utah Sunday, resulting in flash floods and flooded streets.
The National Weather Service issued multiple flash flooding warnings throughout the day for areas including Davis, Emery, Garfield and Wayne counties.
Earlier in the day, Enoch in southern Utah experienced a flash flood emergency. The American Red Cross set up an evacuation center at a church building at 61 N. 900 West in Cedar City for residents impacted by floods in both cities.
In Tooele County, 25 houses were damaged after a flash flood at 6:30 p.m. Residents were encouraged to call 435-833-8155 if they need sandbags or want someone to come assess the damage at their home, according to Assistant County Manager Britany Lopez.
Bountiful police warned of potential flooding on Facebook and directed residents to call 801-298-6299 for info about flooding and sandbags.
Stockton police in Tooele County told people to stay away from Soldier Canyon because of "major" flooding.
"We are seeing way too many videos of cars driving through flood waters. We don't say this for kicks ... TURN AROUND, DON'T DROWN!" the agency tweeted.
8:10 pm - Heavy rain is just about everywhere in the Salt Lake Valley! You don't see this everyday. Heavy rain, flash flood and reduced visibility are threats in the near term! #UTwx pic.twitter.com/txRmg3ri6r— NWS Salt Lake City (@NWSSaltLakeCity) August 2, 2021