The return of warmer weather has resulted in the dams in the area flowing over their spillways. This week Lost Creek, Echo, and East Canyon all began flowing over their spillways. The cooler temperatures of the last several weeks have, so far, moderated the flooding effects and the rivers are below the peak levels of a few weeks ago. There remains significant snow pack in the mountains, however, so continued warm weather or significant rainfall could cause flooding again in the county. Emergency management director, Terry Turner commented that many in the county feel that the danger of flooding is past, but that concern still remains for the next several weeks as the snow continues to melt.