CAPITOL REEF NATIONAL PARK, Utah (ABC4) – The National Weather Service (NWS) issued a flash flood warning for portions of the Capitol Reef National Park from Sulphur Creek to Sheets Gulch for June 23.

On Thursday, NWS announced that Grand Wash and Capitol George roads were closed due to flood danger, while the Scenic Drive just south of the Fruita Campground was closed off due to flowing water, and State Road 24 had been deemed impassible near mile marker 83. Officials advised visitors to refrain from attempting to cross the State Road.

The flash flood warning has been issued in Teasdale, Torrey, and Grover until 3 p.m.