But that's nothing compared to what St. George residents were expected to see this week. Temperatures Monday were expected to top out at 108, then reach 110 degrees come Tuesday.
The entire state was under a hazardous weather outlook for the week as meteorologists said residents might see some afternoon and evening thunderstorms and isolated flash flooding Monday.
Then from Tuesday through Sunday, temperatures were expected to reach at least 100 across the state. The Dixie region was expected to top 110 later in the week.
Utah's air quality Monday was listed at "red," or unhealthy, according to the Utah Department of Environmental Quality. The classification recommends that residents should limit prolonged outdoor exertion and limit outdoor activity.