Mother Nature must have finally had mercy on Utah because this weekend will have better weather than the work week before or after.
Temperatures Saturday and Sunday along the Wasatch Front will continue the so-called cooling trend, dropping all the way down to the mid 90s. Lows will hover around 70 degrees in the Salt Lake and Tooele Valleys. In Utah and Weber counties, temperatures will go as low as the mid 60s at night.
Rain and cloud cover will offer further reprieve from the record-melting heat of last weekend. According to the National Weather Service, there is a 30 percent chance of thunderstorms Saturday afternoon and a 40 percent chance Saturday night. Intermittent clouds and precipitation should hang around until Monday.