Search the National Weather Service website for Salt Lake City’s average temperature in the month of June, and you’ll find the city is supposed to hit a high of 83 degrees.

That hasn’t held true much so far this month. Monday and Tuesday, too, are predicted to be cooler than normal. The highs are likely to reach the upper 70s and then 80 degrees, respectively, the weather service says.

The higher temperatures and the law of averages return Wednesday. Salt Lake City is predicted to reach the mid- and upper 80s for the remainder of the work week. Northern Utah is likely to be just a few degrees cooler, according to the weather service.

St. George, on the other hand, is hot like summer. Temperatures there will be in the upper 90s Monday and are predicted to reach triple digits Tuesday through Thursday.

There’s no rain predicted for Salt Lake City, but the weather service says there’s a chance of showers Wednesday in Logan and on Thursday in Lehi and Provo.