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Curtis' Friday Pinpoint Forecast

Friday's Pinpoint Forecast: Summer is not over yet!  After a crisp morning, there will be a rapid temperature rebound this afternoon.  Under crystal clear blue skies, highs will warm back into the low 80s for the Wasatch Front, 70s in the higher elevations, and 80s and 90s for southern Utah.  Saturday will be windy and warm, appropriate for the last full day of summer.  South wind will gust higher than 30mph at times, and temperatures will warm into the low to mid 80s for most of northern Utah, 70s in the higher elevations, and 80s-mid 90s for southern UT.  An isolated storm or two are possible late in the evening.  Sunday won't be as nice.  For the first day of fall, it will be cloudy, cooler, with showers and even snow above 9000'.  Highs will be in the 50s and 60s up north, and generally 70s to near 80 down south.  Monday and Tuesday will be nice and sunny, but the first BIG fall storm will hit Wednesday with rain, cooler temperatures, and the potential for several inches of snow in the mountains.  Snow levels could even get down to around Park City by Wednesday night!
Have a great Friday, and a wonderful weekend!
~ Curtis Ray
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