After an apocalyptic-looking afternoon Friday — in which a stinky dust cloud settled over Salt Lake City — the weekend weather looks like it'll be warm but typical.
The National Weather Service predicted high temperatures in the mid to upper 80s for much of northern Utah Saturday and Sunday. Those temperatures should persist through the work week, finally giving sweaty Utahns a respite from the summer's seemingly-relentless, record-breaking heat.
Cities along the Wasatch Front also will see scattered thunderstorms Saturday evening and Sunday.
In southern Utah, weekend temperatures will mostly hover in the mid and lower 90s, though St. George may only see a high of 89 degrees Sunday. Forecasters also predict scattered thunderstorms in the southern part of the state.