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Utah forecast calls for another hot weekend
Utah's forecast for the weekend is calling for highs in the 90s along the Wasatch Front.
And the scorcher in southwest Utah will continue, with a high of about 103 degrees in St. George and Zion National Park on Saturday and about 107 on Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.
South central Utah will be a little bit cooler but still hot: Highs should be in the mid 90s on Saturday and the upper 90s on Sunday in Kanab, the weather service says.
The forecast also calls for isolated showers and thunderstorms on Saturday night in both parts of southern Utah.
The thermometer is expected to hit the mid 90s on Saturday in Salt Lake City, Ogden and Provo, then climb to the upper 90s on Sunday. Overnight lows will range from about 70 to 60, the weather service predicts.
Isolated showers and thunderstorm are expected Saturday in Logan, Wendover and Park City. Highs in the 90s are expected both days.
For more extensive forecast information, visit The Tribune's weather page at www.sltrib.com/weather.