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Spring Temperatures and Showers Expected in Utah
Sunday night forecast reveals a mix of spring showers and cooler temperatures for the upcoming week.

While this weekend’s rain brought relief from last week’s record-breaking temperatures, there are concerns about potential flooding as temperatures rise.

The current temperature in the Wasatch Front is 57 degrees with a southerly wind of 7 miles per hour.

Tomorrow’s forecast indicates a continuation of seasonal averages with more showers and possible thunderstorms, particularly in the afternoon.

Minor flooding has been observed in certain areas, and a flood watch is in effect for Cash Valley’s South Fork River.

Rain is expected throughout the week, leading to increased flooding concerns.

However, Southern Utah will remain dry and experience a gradual warm-up.

Northern Utah has seen scattered rain showers, and Uintah County has reported a few sprinkles.

The next storm system is anticipated to arrive later today, bringing more rain to the forecast.

Overnight, the weather is expected to clear, except for extreme northern Utah, which may experience clouds near the Utah-Idaho border.

By mid-afternoon, the clouds will increase, and the next wave of rain will approach, affecting Box Elder County.

The afternoon commute between 7 and 8 PM might experience rain and possible thunderstorms along the Wasatch Front as the storm moves northward.

Tuesday morning will bring a few clouds, but the rain will dissipate by then.

Morning temperatures will be in the 40s, and daytime temperatures will be slightly above average, reaching the 70s.

Central and southern Utah will enjoy mostly sunny skies with warmer temperatures in the 80s on Tuesday.

However, a cool front is expected to arrive on Wednesday, causing temperatures in southern Utah to drop back to the mid-70s.

By the Mother’s Day weekend, temperatures will climb to the 90s.

Sunday will be dry and sunny but hot.

In northern Utah, temperatures will remain in the 70s for the next few days, with rain expected tomorrow evening.

The next significant chance of rain, accompanied by scattered thunderstorms, is on Wednesday.

The front’s arrival will bring temperatures back to the 60s, with lingering morning showers on Thursday.

However, high pressure will build afterward, pushing temperatures back into the low 80s.

While it’s good to avoid record-breaking temperatures, concerns about potential flooding arise as temperatures climb into the 80s.

For now, the forecast keeps temperatures relatively cool.

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