Northern Utah's weather will take a decidedly cooler turn Tuesday after an extended weekend of springtime perfection.
High temperatures Monday along the Wasatch Front ranged into the mid-70s and into the low-90s in the southern reaches of the state. However, Tuesday's forecast called for the mercury to take a steep dip with highs in the mid-50s in the north and the mid- to upper-80s in Utah's Dixie.
The cold front will be dry, so no precipitation is expected. The change will be relatively short-lived: By Thursday, skies in Salt Lake City are expected to be sunny, with a high in the mid-60s.