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Sunny skies, cooler temperatures expected for Wasatch Front
After a rainy weekend, most Utahns should experience some relief Monday.
A flash flood watch, however, remained through the evening for the southeastern third of the state, including Zion National Park and Arches.
But for most people along the Wasatch Front, the day was expected to be pleasant — plenty of sunshine with temperatures topping out in the low 80s.
Salt Lake City's high temperature on Monday and Tuesday is pegged at 80 degrees; Ogden expected 81 Monday and 82 degrees Tuesday; Provo 82 and 80, respectively; Logan 81 and 80; Wendover 79 and 80; Duchesne 71 and 68; Cedar City 75 and 74; St. George 89 and 88; and Moab 77 both days.