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Few days of warmer temperatures on tap for Utah
Utahns will experience a few days of warm(er) temperatures before the next front moves into the state bringing rain and cooler temperatures.
The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City said temperatures on Sunday were expected to top out at 74 degrees in Salt Lake. The temperatures were expected to dip down to 72 Monday before rebounding to 75 on Tuesday.
Come Wednesday though, temperatures are expected to plummet to 64 as the chance for rain increases to 30 percent.
For those hoping to enjoy the warmth Sunday while it lasts, the air quality through the day is expected to be good.
Salt Lake City's high temperatures were pegged at 74 on Sunday and 72 on Monday; Ogden expected 74 and 72, respectively; Provo 75 and 76 degrees; Logan 71 and 69; Wendover 72 and 73; Duchesne 67 and 70; Cedar City 70 and 72; St. George 83 and 84; and Moab 77 and 82 degrees.