Utah's forecast is for more hot weather, but at least it will be a drier heat.
Mind you, Friday's forecast mirroring that for Thursday will not yet be the typical parched climate of the nation's second-most-arid state. It will, however, be a marked improvement from humidity more akin to the Deep South that Utah has experienced in the past few days, due to a series of thunderstorms stirring moisture from the Gulf of Mexico northward into the Great Basin.
Northern Utah's temperatures will hit 100 degrees Friday, 1-2 degrees higher than Thursday's expectations, under mostly clear and sunny skies. Overnight lows will struggle to dip past 70 degrees.