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Curtis' Thursday Pinpoint Forecast

FLASH FLOOD WATCH from Cache Valley, through the Wasatch Front and Back, down to Dixie.
Thursday's Pinpoint Forecast: FLASH FLOOD WATCH is in effect from Cache through the Wasatch Front down to the Arizona border.  The same storm that's been drenching parts of the state for days will do it again today.  Isolated morning showers and storms will become more widespread this afternoon.  Thunderstorms with heavy rain could produce flash flooding virtually anywhere in the state.  Highs will generally be in the 60s and 70s, 50s in the mountains, and near 80 for Salt Lake, St. George, and Moab.  Friday, with little movement from the big storm, expect little in the way of change.  There will be showers and heavy thunderstorms throughout the state.  The storm will weaken but still linger into the weekend with scattered storms on Saturday, tapering off to an isolated mountain storm on Sunday. 
It's almost the weekend!
Go to abc4.com for the latest forecast.
~ Curtis Ray
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