The weather prediction for northern Utah includes rain, highs in the 80s and low 90s, and overnight lows in the 60s, which is a change from recent months. Compared to the hottest July on record, it’s definitely a shift. The National Weather Service predicts a 30% – 60% chance of showers and thunderstorms on Saturday, with a high of only 80 degrees. On Sunday, a high of 86 is predicted with clear skies.
Additionally, you will have the option of turning off your air conditioners at night: Overnight lows are expected to be in the mid-sixties. It was 99 degrees on Friday, 100 degrees on Saturday, and 101 degrees on Sunday this past weekend, with nightly lows of 74 to 77 degrees. Salt Lake City often experiences mid-90s for highs and upper 60s for lows during this time of year.
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In southern Utah, this weekend will be roughly as hot as last weekend, when St. George had highs of 99–100. The exception to this is Friday’s high of 93. The predicted temperature range is 98 on Saturday, 102 on Sunday, 101 on Monday, and 100 on Tuesday, before dipping back to the mid-90s on Wednesday and Thursday. Monday through Thursday, there is a risk of rain.
This time of year, there often experiences highs of 101 to 102 and lows of 87. In Bryce Canyon and Capitol Reef, two national parks in Utah, flash floods are “likely” on Friday. Other national parks, monuments, and recreation areas in Utah are “not predicted” to experience flooding, however flooding is also likely in Natural Bridges, Grand Gulch, and San Rafael Swell.