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A sunny and warm start to the week

Published April 27, 2013 2:58 pm

Weather • Northern Utah's warming trend persists before a drop Monday night.
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The warm, sunny weather continues for the next two days, before chillier air moves in to cut the party short.

The National Weather Service predicted high temperatures Sunday and Monday in the 70s for northern Utah. It's not to last, though. Monday night marks the arrival of a strong, dry cold front to northern Utah that will drop temperatures by about 15 degrees and could bring some gusty winds.

Meanwhile, Southern Utahns will enjoy highs reaching the 80s and 90s and will remain mostly untouched by the cold front.

Air quality statewide is expected to be healthy on Sunday and Monday, according to the Utah Division of Air Quality.

Salt Lake City's high on Sunday is forecast at 76, then climbs to 77 on Monday; Ogden looked for 75 degrees both days; Provo 79 and 78, respectively; Logan 74 and 75; Wendover 77 and 79; Duchesne 75 both days; Cedar City 76 and 79; St. George 90 and 92; and Moab 82 and 85 degrees.

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