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Utah forecast: A return to hot and dry, statewide

First Published Aug 24 2012 07:22 am • Last Updated Aug 24 2012 07:23 am

Northern Utah, having been skipped by heavy rains that doused portions of the southern part of the state, looked for a clear , dry and hot weekend.

Temperatures Saturday were forecast for the low-90s, up a few degrees from Friday’s readings along the Wasatch Front. Drier and warmer weather also was on tap for southern Utah after the late-week thunderstorms with highs Saturday in the mid- to upper-90s, about the same as forecast for Friday.

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The Utah Division of Environmental Quality awarded its "Green," or healthy air quality rating statewide going into the weekend.

Salt Lake City looked for a high of 92 degrees on Saturday, up two degrees from Friday’s forecast; Ogden expected 88 and 87 degrees, respectively; Provo 92 and 91; Logan 87s; Wendover 90 and 91; Duchesne 83s; Cedar City 85s; St. George 96 and 94; and Moab 95 and 85 degrees, respectively.

remims@sltrib.com




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