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Could be a hot, soggy day in Utah
First Published Jul 21 2012 06:53 am • Last Updated Jul 21 2012 06:53 am

There is a 20-percent chance of thunderstorms across Utah on Saturday, but even if the rain falls it won’t do much to cool.

The National Weather Service, along with the chance of rain, is calling for temperatures in the high 90s in Salt Lake City and 102 degrees in St. George.

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A similar chance of rain exists for Sunday and Monday, the weather service says, while temperatures are predicted to be only a few degrees cooler than Saturday.


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