Rain is on its way back to northern Utah as the fall-like temperatures steadily warm up.
The higher terrain of northern and central Utah can expect isolated showers and thunderstorms Sunday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. Showers and thunderstorms will expand to the rest of Utah’s northern half during the evening and into Monday.
Salt Lake City is expected to see a high of 77 degrees Sunday before warming up to 82 on Monday. St. George, meanwhile, is forecasted for a Sunday high of 91, then 93 on Monday, according to the weather service.
Salt Lake, Utah, Box Elder, Duchesne, Uintah and Washington counties all have only moderate air quality Sunday, according to the Utah Division of Air Quality. The air is forecasted to improve on Monday, except for in Salt Lake and Utah counties, where it will remain moderate.
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