Blink once, blink twice, but it's still true: temperatures in northern Utah, where snow still caps the Wasatch Mountains, will match those of the state's arid, sunny south through the midweek.
Temperatures in both Salt Lake City and St. George will be in the mid-70s Wednesday, a repeat of Tuesday's forecast.
Ironically, Salt Lake City's highs through the midweek will run about 5-7 degrees above then norm for this time of year. Meanwhile, St. George will be 10 degrees or more below normal for Utah's Dixie — and both locales will be decidedly wet.
Still, there's no need to cue the massive earthquakes, dodge fireballs from heaven, or keep watch for the umbrella-wielding Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse clip-clopping around the Capitol grounds.