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Utah forecast: Sunny skies this weekend, but rain will be back Monday
Enjoy the sunny weekend while it lasts — rain and snow will be back in northern Utah on Monday.
The National Weather Service predicts that after a weekend of sun and high temperatures that will likely climb into the mid-60s by Sunday, a storm system will move in Monday and dump rain that will likely turn to snow by evening.
High temperatures in northern Utah are expected to hover around the mid-50s on Saturday, but climb to the mid-60s by Sunday. Further south, Cedar City is expected to hit 58 degrees on Saturday and 65 on Sunday, while St. George residents will enjoy expected high temperatures around the low 70s all weekend.
But by Monday, rain is expected by late morning and temperatures will likely stick in the mid-50s throughout the day. In Southern Utah, while St. George is expected to have clear skies and a high of 74 degrees, Cedar City's expected high temperature on Monday will reach 65 degrees before a possible rain/snow storm Monday evening.
For more detailed forecast information, visit the Salt Lake Tribune weather page.