Utah Weather: Tuesday June 1st


SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Happy Tuesday! Are you ready for a taste of that summer heat? The showers have died down and a quieter pattern sets in.

Above-average temperatures are on deck for the state as we make it through our Tuesday and, really, the rest of our shortened workweek.

A high pressure ridge, which is an area of ​​falling air that results in clear skies and calm weather, is forming across Utah. These conditions allow for mostly sunny skies, rising temperatures and a tendency to dry and warm.

Today we will warm up from the upper 50s and lower 60s and daytime highs will climb above average. The average high in Salt Lake City is 78 at this time of year, but we’ll see temperatures hit the mid-80s today, with a high of 86 expected at SLC.

Northern Utah, southwestern Wyoming, eastern Nevada, and southeastern Idaho will also see peaks reaching low in the mid-1980s with mostly sunny skies, while the part central government will focus on the mid-1980s.

The heat is no joke in southern Utah, with St. George’s peak making it 99! Sunny skies are expected, and although the average in St. George is currently 91 degrees, a few degrees makes a big difference, especially in the extreme heat.

Heat can get through you quickly, so it’s a great reminder to not leave anything in the car, drink plenty of water, and wear sunscreen if you’re going to be outside. Make it a great day!

The high pressure will make his muscles flex by the end of the work week, with record or break potential ahead!

Stay tuned and for your accurate weather forecast, visit abc4.com/weather and catch us on the air tonight on ABC4 News. We are There4You.


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