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While Saturday was marked by high wind advisories and wildfire danger alerts, the next few days should be somewhat uneventful, weather-wise, across Utah.
The Wasatch Front is forecast to have highs Sunday in the upper 60s, down from Saturday's highs in the low 70s, while Monday's high temperatures were expected to hover in the mid 70s.
Southern Utah's high Sunday is expected to hover at around 90 degrees, down a few degrees from Saturday's readings, while Monday's highs were forecast to hit the mid 90s.
The weekend's air quality was rated at "Green," or good statewide, the Utah Division of Environmental Quality said.
Salt Lake City's high on Sunday was forecast at 67, while Monday's mercury was expected to reach 76 degrees; Ogden can expect 69 and 75 degrees, respectively; Provo 77 and 78; Logan 65 and 73; Wendover 64 and 76; Duchesne 79 and 75; Cedar City 82 and 82; St. George 94 and 95; and Moab 94 and 85 degrees.