Local wet conditions in northern Utah have caused some landslides to reactivate along with other types of shallow slope failures. Areas with active landslides in early 2009 include Ogden Valley in eastern Weber County, western Morgan County, southeastern Davis County, and Spanish Fork Canyon in Utah County. Examples include:
1. reactivation or acceleration of persistently moving historical landslides,
2. minor movement of landslides in highway cut slopes,
3. local highway embankment and rock-wall failures, and
4. local shallow slides on steep slopes in pre-existing landslides.