Before the relief from the heat, brace for the misery.
The National Weather Service says a slow-moving thunderstorm system is moving toward Utah from the Pacific Northwest, with clouds expected arrive by late Wednesday afternoon and then settle over the region for the remainder of the work week. With triple-digit temperatures the norm in recent days throughout the state, the initial reaction may be to cheer at the prospect of cooling rains.
Well, hold down the jubilation for a day or two. Temperatures through Thursday were to continue hot, and the moisture initially, anyway will barely be measurable. That means Utahns can add humidity to what had been, at least, the proverbial and presumably more acceptable "dry heat."