When it comes to steamy, late-summer weather, rappin' rabbi MC Moisha might have the 411 for Utah about "sweating like a mule [and] frying like a blintz."
OK, the Beehive State isn't Miami Beach. But as this week ends you still you might crying out, "Oy, it's so humid!"
By mid-day Thursday, temperatures in Salt Lake City had tied the record high of 96 degrees set in 1967.
High temperatures Friday along the Wasatch Front were expected to slog toward the mid-90s, echoing Thursday's forecast, a series of afternoon and evening thunderstorms and rain showers were expected to boost humidity to downright sticky ahead of the weekend.