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Warm early November persists in Utah

Published November 4, 2012 7:30 pm
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The balmy trend will continue for a few more days in Utah with temperatures approaching 70 along the Wasatch Front by election day.

The National Weather Service expects Sunday's high in Salt Lake City to peak at 64 under mostly sunny skies and light wind. In the St. George area, the high will be around 76 degrees.

The mild weather is expected to persist until Friday, when cooler, wetter weather will bring things back in line with normal for early November.






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