If Tuesday hits 100 degrees as forecast, it will tie the record set in 1960 for the most daily temperatures of 100 or higher during June, July and August at the Salt Lake Airport and shatter a record set in August of that year.
It was 100 degrees again Monday - the sixth century mark in August and the 20th this year. So far this year, there has been one 100-degree reading in June and 13 during July. The sixth 100-degree reading in August also ties the record of six during the month.Tonight's weather in Salt Lake should be clear with a low reaching 67. On Wednesday, skies will be partly cloudy with another day of 100-degree temperatures expected.