Is it going to rain in Utah on Tuesday?



SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Happy Tuesday! Today brings quite a change of pace to the weather.

We have drier conditions with strong pressure gaining traction and a westerly flow that will essentially cut off the rising monsoon for a while.

We’ll have drier air sweeping through the state with a high pressure building crest, which means clearer skies, more sunshine, and soaring temperatures.

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The risk of an isolated storm will persist in eastern Utah and higher ground. Flash flood potential decreases dramatically for our national parks, the only area facing “possible” flash floods will be Arches.

Mainly sunny skies are expected throughout the state, with daytime highs reaching the upper 80s and lower 90s along the Wasatch front.

Temperatures will hit triple digits again in St. George and near Lake Powell, the 90s are expected to return to the Four Corners area and near Moab.

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Our westerly flow will likely allow smoke from wildfires to infect our skies again, with the potential for air quality issues throughout the week.

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