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BROKEN CLOUDS
 
Air Quality Forecast:
Moderate
7-DAY
HOURLY
DETAILS

THU

94
78
30%

FRI

93
76
10%

SAT

97
73
10%

SUN

100
72
10%

MON

98
73
20%

TUE

95
72
30%

WED

91
71
30%

3PM

91
S20
20%

6PM

92
SE12
30%

9PM

85
SE14
20%

12AM

82
SE10
20%

3AM

79
SE8
20%

6AM

76
SE7
0%

9AM

80
SE7
0%
Temperature: 91°F, 33°C STEADY
Pressure: 30.05 in.
Feels Like: 91°F
Humidity: 29%
Wind: S 20 mph
Dew Point: 55°F
24 Hr High/Low: 96 / 79
UV Index: 9 - Very High
24 Hr Precip: 0.00"
Moonrise/Set: 03:31 am / 06:18 pm
Sunrise/Set: 06:13 am / 08:54 pm
Moon Phase: Waning Crescent
TONIGHT: A few clouds
 
Updated: Not available

Outlook

A dry start to the day with a few clouds, before scattered showers and thunderstorms move back into the area during the afternoon and evening. Central and southern Utah are under a flash flood watch from noon until the evening because any scattered shower development could lead to an inch plus of water, creating flooding conditions and even debris flows over burn scars. While northern Utah is not under that watch, we will still have the potential for heavy rain within scattered thunderstorm cells that develop this afternoon. High fall to the middle and lower 90s. Friday will line up much of the same way, with shower activity beginning to push more into eastern Utah in the afternoon. We dry out and warm up for the weekend with temps nearing 100 under sunny skies. Storms try to make another comeback next week. Dan Guthrie - KSL Weather 7.20.2017

Outlook

A dry start to the day with a few clouds, before scattered showers and thunderstorms move back into the area during the afternoon and evening. Central and southern Utah are under a flash flood watch from noon until the evening because any scattered shower development could lead to an inch plus of water, creating flooding conditions and even debris flows over burn scars. While northern Utah is not under that watch, we will still have the potential for heavy rain within scattered thunderstorm cells that develop this afternoon. High fall to the middle and lower 90s. Friday will line up much of the same way, with shower activity beginning to push more into eastern Utah in the afternoon. We dry out and warm up for the weekend with temps nearing 100 under sunny skies. Storms try to make another comeback next week. Dan Guthrie - KSL Weather 7.20.2017

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