We're in for another frigid night as we wake up Tuesday with lows in the single digits & well below zero for parts of the state. Sunshine will dominate the next several days and we'll start to see an inversion set up, which will trap pollution in our atmosphere leading to hazy conditions as we go throughout the week. The Wasatch Front is looking at upper teens and low twenties through Thursday, before finally breaking above freezing for the end of the week. There is a slight chance we could see a few snow showers Friday, mostly in the mountains.
St. George will likely see close to record breaking temperatures overnight, with a low of 5 degrees. Temps will rebound into the 40s again by Wednesday and slowly rise from there.
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