It can't still be winter, not with the potential for record-setting warm temperatures expected a full week before the official arrival of spring.
And yet, Wesley inconceivably scaled the Cliffs of Insanity — and the Wasatch Front's forecast through the midweek and beyond calls for temperatures to approach the mid-70s, about 20 degrees above normal.
And it is entirely conceivable that records could be set. Tuesday was expected to hit 72 in Salt Lake City, 2 degrees off a 2013 record high of 74 degrees. Wednesday, expected to reach 74 degrees, seems a sure bet to beat the 2015 mark of 73, but Thursday (66) will fall well short of a 2015 record of 74 degrees.