Utahns can enjoy an extra minute of sunshine today.

The sun will shine for 15 hours and seven minutes, one minute longer than the average daily sunshine expected in the next five days.Meteorologists foresee little change in Utah's record-breaking temperatures over the next few days. Tuesday morning's high temperature of 68 degrees broke the former record high of 67 degrees set in 1972.

Although most of the state has been sunny and hot, some areas in Southern Utah are experiencing heavy rainfall. On Monday, towns in Washington County received as much as .64 inches of rain within one hour, and portions of Beaver County suffered from minor flooding.