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Curtis' Monday Pinpoint Forecast

More storms and heavy rain for southern Utah, while the north is HOT and dry.
Monday's Pinpoint Forecast: Storms and the potential of flash flooding will hit southern Utah once again. Northern Utah will be hot and dry, with a little haze from wildfires burning in Idaho. Light wind should help firefighters battling the Aspen Springs fire near Spring City and Fairview. Highs will once again be in the 90s to around 100 up north, but more in the 80s and 90s for southern Utah with the storms and cloud cover this afternoon. Tuesday, the thunderstorms will start working north, but the Wasatch Front and northern Utah will remain dry and hot. Highs once again will be in the 90s to around 100 for most of the state. Wednesday, Pioneer Day, thunderstorms will spread farther north and could hit the Wasatch Front in the afternoon and evening. Most parades will be dry in the morning, but firework displays in the evening could be dodging thunderstorms across the state. More storms are likely across the state over the weekend.
~ Curtis Ray
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