If the poet John Keats did Utah's autumnal forecast for Tuesday, it might go like this: Barred clouds bloom the soft-dying day, and touch the stubble plains with rosy hue.
Less lyrical but perhaps more succinct, the National Weather Service predicts periodic thunderstorms and rain to punctuate balmy, cloudy days with high temperatures in the 70s along the Wasatch Front Tuesday, mirroring Monday's forecast. Southern Utahns, meanwhile, look for highs in the upper-80s, also with occasional storm clouds and rain.
That meteorological mix means improved air quality, too. The Utah Division of Air Quality is flying its "Green," or healthy breathing conditions flags statewide.