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84°
SCATTERED CLOUDS
 
Air Quality Forecast:
Unhealthy
7-DAY
HOURLY
DETAILS

SUN

98
76
0%

MON

96
75
10%

TUE

87
76
40%

WED

88
71
40%

THU

94
71
10%

FRI

99
70
10%

SAT

100
74
10%

12AM

83
SE5
0%

3AM

77
SE5
0%

6AM

74
S4
0%

9AM

81
SE5
0%

NOON

90
NW8
0%

3PM

96
NW9
0%

6PM

96
NW9
0%
Temperature: 84°F, 29°C LOWER
Pressure: 30.05 in.
Feels Like: 84°F
Humidity: 29%
Wind: S 6 mph
Dew Point: 49°F
24 Hr High/Low: 97 / 77
UV Index: 9 - Very High
24 Hr Precip: 0.00"
Moonrise/Set: 05:29 am / 08:20 pm
Sunrise/Set: 06:15 am / 08:52 pm
Moon Phase: Waning Crescent
TODAY: Mostly sunny
 
Updated: Saturday July 22, 2017 10:35 pm

Outlook

Scattered shower activity will continue in central and southern Utah until about 9 pm, before calling it quits for the night. While the Wasatch Front could still see a storm or two this evening, most of the moisture is concentrated over the southern two-thirds of the state. Sunday will once again start off Sunday. By the afternoon, scattered showers will develop over central, southern, and eastern Utah. A few showers over eastern Nevada will push into the west desert before dissipating. Pioneer Day has to potential to start off wet in southern Utah, and end the day in northern Utah with storms as monsoonal moisture will once again surge back into the state from the south. This will set up a wet pattern to start the first half of the upcoming week. Dan Guthrie - KSL Weather 7.22.2017

Outlook

Scattered shower activity will continue in central and southern Utah until about 9 pm, before calling it quits for the night. While the Wasatch Front could still see a storm or two this evening, most of the moisture is concentrated over the southern two-thirds of the state. Sunday will once again start off Sunday. By the afternoon, scattered showers will develop over central, southern, and eastern Utah. A few showers over eastern Nevada will push into the west desert before dissipating. Pioneer Day has to potential to start off wet in southern Utah, and end the day in northern Utah with storms as monsoonal moisture will once again surge back into the state from the south. This will set up a wet pattern to start the first half of the upcoming week. Dan Guthrie - KSL Weather 7.22.2017

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