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Utah forecast: Sunshine on our shoulders

Published May 9, 2012 6:44 am

Spring unleashed • Northern Utah 80s, southern Utah 90s under mostly clear skies.
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Mother Nature is looking mighty fine strutting her best, sassy spring stuff.

The National Weather Service predicts mostly clear and sunny skies, highs approaching 80 degrees and an evening breeze Thursday for the Wasatch Front, a climatological mirror image of Wednesday's forecast.

Meanwhile, southern Utahns can swap light jackets for shorts and tank tops with highs in the low-90s, also under mostly clear and sunny skies.

And, while you are out enjoying the spring weather, breathe deep: the Utah Division of Environmental Quality has awarded "Green" or healthy air quality advisories for all areas of the state.

Salt Lake City expected a high Thursday of 79 degrees, down slightly from the 81 degrees forecast for Wednesday; Ogden looked for 74 and 79, respectively; Provo was pegged at 82 degrees both days; Logan 70 and 78; Wendover 74 and 82; Duchesne 81 and 79; Cedar City 82 and 80; St. George 92 degrees both days; and Moab, 89 and 82.





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