Summer goes on strike; freeze watch issued for Park City

As a cold front moves in, expect temperatures to dip below freezing Monday night into Tuesday

PARK CITY, Utah – Areas of Utah will endure freezing temperatures as a cold front blows through the entire state, days after Salt Lake City saw temperatures in the 100F range for the first time this year.

The National Weather Service issued a freeze watch for Park City, Hunstville, and Heber City that will go into effect Monday at 7 p.m. MT and last through the night into Tuesday morning.

Monday’s high in Park City is expected to be 64 degrees, and Tuesday’s high is forecasted to be a chilly 54 degrees.

The cold front will move through northern Utah from the northeast on Monday morning, hitting the Wasatch Back by 11 a.m. and southern Utah later in the evening.

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