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Utah forecast: Hot, and hotter, north to south
Some relief » Rainstorms late Saturday could offer respite from heat.
First Published Jun 01 2012 07:16 am • Last Updated Jun 01 2012 08:20 am

It will be hot going into the weekend, but thunderstorms and rain should offer some relief late Saturday — and least along the Wasatch Front.

While temperatures will climb into the low-90s in northern Utah Saturday, up a few degrees from Friday’s toasty high-80s, southern Utahns could expect no such relief. In Utah’s Dixie, the mercury was to climb into triple digits on Saturday, matching Friday’s broiling forecast.

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With the exception of southwestern Utah’s Washington County, which rated a "Yellow," or compromised air quality grade, air quality statewide was in the "Green," or healthy going into the weekend, according to the Utah Division of Environmental Quality.

Salt Lake City looked for a high of 91 Saturday, up from Friday’s forecast for 87 degrees; Ogden was to hit 89 and 85, respectively; Provo 91 and 88; Logan 86 and 82; Wendover 93 and 87; Duchesne 86 and 84; Cedar City 88 and 90; St. George 101 and 103; and Moab 97 and 94 degrees.


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