Rollin Skinner tries to keep his balance while washing windows at First Interstate Bank, 180 S. Main. This week should bring more good weather for washing windows and other outdoor chores. The high temperature in Salt Lake City was 94 degrees Monday but is expected to drop to about 90 degrees Wednesday as a "cool front" moves over parts of the state. No rain is forecast for northwestern Utah, but a few showers and thunderstorms are expected over southeastern Utah Tuesday night and Wednesday. St. George reported a high of 103 degrees Monday. In usually much cooler Randolph, Rich County, the temperature reached 81 Monday and dipped to a low of 38 early Tuesday, said Ed Carle, a lead forecaster at the Salt Lake office of the National Weather Service.
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By Deseret News