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Utah may be damp Sunday, sunny Monday

Published April 6, 2014 6:05 pm
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Rain is possible Sunday in Salt Lake City and northern Utah, but sun and warmer temperatures arrive Monday.

The National Weather Service calls for a 20 percent change of rain Sunday afternoon along the Wasatch Front. High temperatures are to be in the 50s.

Park City has a chance of snow and a high temperature of about 50 degrees.

Southern Utah is expected to be partly cloudy on Sunday but with no chances of precipitation.

The state warms Monday. The Weather Service is calling for temperatures in the 60s in Salt Lake City and the 80s in St. George.


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