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Weather forecast calls for heat and smoke in Utah

Published July 2, 2012 10:58 am
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Central Utah and Salt Lake City will stay hot and smoky Monday and Tuesday.

The National Weather Service calls for temperatures in the mid and upper 90s both days and also warns of smoke in the mornings as wildfires continue burning across Utah. Northern Utah, including Ogden, Brigham City and Logan, are suppose to be slightly cooler with temperatures in the low 90s.

St. George is expected to reach 102 degrees Monday and Tuesday but doesn't have smoke in its forecast.


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