More record heat occured last night, with Bountiful, Salt Lake, and Evanston WY setting record warm overnight lows. Slightly cooler air moved into the state today, but the mercury will be climbing again over the next couple of days. A few thunderstorms have pushed into the northwest part of the state, and one or two could hold together and move across the Wasatch Front this evening. Otherwise, it will be warm again overnight with lows in the 60s to around 70 for the Wasatch Front and Southern Utah. The mountains and valleys will drop into the 40s and 50s. Wednesday will be another hot day, with wind and low humidity making for dangerous fire conditions. St. George is under a Red Flag Warning. Highs will be in the 80s and 90s up north, and close to 100 for Dixie. A few isolated thunderstorms will develop over the Wasatch Plateau, the northwestern corner of the state, and the northern mountains. Cooler air will arrive late Thursday, making for a beautiful day statewide on Friday. This weekend will be sunny and dry, with rising temperatures for Father's Day.
Have a good night,