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More warm weather expected Tuesday

Published April 24, 2012 11:42 am
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Another warm day is expected throughout Utah Tuesday.

The National Weather Service reports that temperatures will remain in the 80s for most of the state on Tuesday, though a disturbance moving over Northern Utah may cause a few storms.

After Tuesday's heat, temperatures are expected to cool slightly into Wednesday, with the threat of rain and thunderstorms across Southern Utah and the mountains of Northern Utah.

Temperatures throughout Northern Utah are expected to be in the mid-80s on Wednesday, before dipping down to the high 70s on Wednesday.

In Southern Utah, Moab is expected to see 90 degree heat Tuesday, before dropping to 85 on Wednesday. St. George is expected to hover around the mid-80s on both days, while Cedar City will see cooler temperatures in mid and lower 70s over the two days.

The Utah Department of Environmental Quality forecast "green" or healthy air quality for all regions for Tuesday through Thursday.


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