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Northern Utah gets the heat, southern Utah the rain on Thursday

Published July 19, 2012 3:11 pm
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Salt Lake City will reach the mid 90s on Thursday while rain drops on central and southern Utah.

The National Weather Service is calling for isolated thunderstorms and showers on Thursday from Price south to St. George and Bullfrog. Provo to Logan will remain dry with temperatures in the 90s.

The weather service says the entire state has a chance for rain on Friday.


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