As Utah continues to struggle with drought, some people are concerned about the future of their homes.
A group of residents and scientists have been working on a project that will try to predict how the drought will affect people’s homes in the future.
The project, called Utah’s Drought Prediction and Mitigation System, is designed to predict when water will run out and how many people will be left homeless.
A drought in the United States has resulted in an estimated 2 million to 4 million people without electricity.
In the future, residents could receive alerts if the water runs out and they may be able to evacuate their homes, said Paul L. Smith, professor of atmospheric science at the University of Utah.
The drought also could affect homes, and could make homes uninhabitable for those who live in them.
The Drought Predictive and Mitigator System has been developed by researchers at the National Center for Atmospheric Research.
They believe it will help them predict how severe drought conditions will be and how long it will take for water to return to the state.
The team’s goal is to produce a predictive model that will allow people to adjust their plans to avoid the most extreme drought conditions.
Smith said it’s important for people to know how much water they will need and when.
For example, if there is a severe drought, it may be better to start drinking water from the tap than wait until it runs out, Smith said.
If people start drinking from their tap, they could have to pay more for their water, Smith added.
Smith and his team have been developing a model that uses a combination of satellite imagery and weather data to predict the number of days in a year with rain and how much snow falls in the fall.
The model is based on a model developed by the National Climate Assessment Center in Boulder, Colorado.
The National Climate Assessments Climate Prediction Model (NCAPM) predicts precipitation in 2035 for Utah and its neighbors.
The models are used by the federal government, states, cities, universities and private companies to evaluate how climate change and water resources will affect the U.S. The U. S. Geological Survey and the U, S. Bureau of Reclamation have developed the model, which is also used to help predict drought in California.
The model is also being used to create a computer simulation of how the future drought will play out in Utah.
The Utah drought prediction system has two main parts.
The first is a model of precipitation, which can predict how many days a year will have rain, snow and ice.
The second is a simulation of the temperature.
The first part of the prediction model was developed by a group of researchers from the University for the Environment at the Boulder-based National Center For Atmospheric Research, which specializes in climate science.
The models predict that in 2040, temperatures will be between 4 degrees Fahrenheit (2.3 degrees Celsius) and 11 degrees Fahrenheit (-2.9 degrees Celsius).
Snowfall will be the same.
Smith has been working with the model for about three years.
He said the model is able to predict very well when a drought will occur.
In the past, he said, the model had been unable to predict precipitation, but this time the model can predict snowfall.
Smith hopes to have the model ready for the first-year students in summer 2019.
If it works, the models will be available to the public and could be used in future drought assessments, he added.
The University for Environment is located at 5100 S.W. 35th Street, Suite 1000, Boulder, CO 80305.