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Curtis' Monday Pinpoint Forecast

Windy & Warm end to September
Monday's Pinpoint Forecast: Warm and windy start to this final day in September. A cold front is stalled across southern Idaho, with a few showers skirting northern Utah. South winds (15-35mph) will warm most of the state above average. Northern Utah will be in the 60s and 70s, southern Utah will top out in the 70s and 80s. Skies will be partly cloudy up north, sunny down south. Tuesday will be breezy and warm as well, with that front still just to our north. Wednesday night, that front will start slipping south marking the end of the above average temps. Thursday will be mostly cloudy with showers and mountain snow showers up north above about 6500'. Highs will only be in the 40s and 50s, 30s in the mountains, and 60s and 70s down south. A few snow showers will linger over the mountains into Friday, before the storm clears out in time for a mostly sunny and warmer weekend.

Have a great Monday!
~Curtis Ray
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