Like dust, or hopes springing high, the temperature Monday is only going to rise.
Sunny skies and predicted highs of near-80 degree temperatures will hit Salt Lake City, as temperatures remain slightly lower throughout the rest of the state — a high of 73 degrees in Logan, 74 in Price and 77 in Cedar City.
But it won't last long.
According to the National Weather Service, a cold front moving into the area will bring winds strong enough to necessitate a high-wind watch.
"Very strong southwest winds" will blow through the state Tuesday, the watch advises, peaking in the afternoon hours and bringing with it some precipitation.