In the Spring of 1983, rapid warming during the last week of May and the first part of June caused rivers to rise dramatically throughout Utah. In Salt Lake City, several major streets were turned into rivers with sandbag boundaries. This is a picture of the intersection of State Street and 100 South. The Federal Building is in the background. (Photo courtesy of the National Weather Service.)

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