Monday's Pinpoint Forecast: More heavy thunderstorms will be scattered across the state. There is a FLASH FLOOD WATCH for eastern Utah along the Colorado border. Monsoon and tropical moisture will converge over the state, with storms developing late this morning and continuing through the afternoon and evening. Blinding rain is possible with any storm. Highs will be cooler than average again, in the 70s and 80s up north, and as warm as 99 in the lower elevations of southern Utah. Tonight, storms will wind down as drier air works into the state. Tuesday will be a much drier day, with just a few isolated storms over the mountains. Highs will be warmer, in the 80s and 90s up north, and in the low 100s down near Dixie. Wednesday will be hot and dry across the state, but a few isolated storms will move back in for Thursday. I do think the worst of the summer heat is behind us, and temperatures through this weekend will be at or slightly below average.
Have a great Monday!
~ Curtis Ray
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