Skies cleared in Utah just in time for Santa! Mostly clear skies Tuesday night will lead to cooler morning temperatures across the state. A quick moving cold front brought a few early morning showers to the northern part of the state and dropped temperatures just slightly. Christmas day we'll see highs around freezing and an inversion will set up in valleys across the Wasatch Front. The inversion will trap cold air beneath warmer air and pollution in our atmosphere. That will lead to deteriorating air quality as we go through the end of the week.
St George and surrounding areas - you look great. Highs in the upper 40s and low 50s with lots of sunshine!
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