It's beginning to sound like a "broken record" for a sultry summer - Friday's 105-degree reading in Salt Lake City was another record daily high. It reduced to ashes the previous daily record of 103 degrees, set in 1979.

Mike Conger, a lead forecaster for the National Weather Service in Salt Lake City, said the forecast for today is for yet another hot, windy day with the highs in the low 100s.Sunday should feel little different, with high temperatures just at or below 100 degrees.

Record high temperatures abounded throughout the state as well. Cities setting new record highs included Ogden (102), Tooele (100), Brigham City (99), Heber City (96) and Midway, Wasatch County (95).

Record highs were equaled in Nephi (102), Wendover (102), Cedar City (97) and Alta (83).