Salt Lake Could Tie July Heat Record

Salt Lake Could Tie July Heat Record

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(Salt Lake City-AP) -- If the thermometer hits 100 degrees or more today in Salt Lake City, it will tie the record for the hottest month ever in the city.

The current record is 15 100-degree-plus days, set back in 1960.

So far in 2003, there have been 14 days with 100 degrees or hotter during July in Salt Lake City.

The forecast high temperature for today, July 31st, is right around 100 degrees. The first couple of days of August are looking a little bit cooler.

(The Associated Press contributed to this report.)

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