Northern Utah's flirtation with record-high daytime temperatures will take a hiatus thanks to a period of cooler, unsettled weather moving in as the region heads toward the weekend.
The Wasatch Front, where Salt Lake City set a 93-degree record high on Monday and tied a 1936 mark of 89 degrees on Tuesday, looked for temperatures in the low-80s on Thursday along with a slight chance for rain showers and thunderstorms. That was to come after a Wednesday forecast for highs in the mid-80s.
Southern Utahns looked for highs Thursday in the mid-90s, with winds of 15-25 mph offering a bit of relief. Wednesday's forecast was a climatological mirror image of that.