So, what do you call the day after St. Patrick's Day, when, after a few too many toasts to all things Gaelic, you turn green rather than wear it?
Whisht! Too knackered to care, says you? OK, but in Utah, the day after the Hibernian madness of 2017 will be known as a record-setter for warm temperatures.
Salt Lake City looked for a high of 79 degrees on Saturday, landing a meteorological shillelagh on the noggin of a 1972 record of 72 degrees for the date. Ogden, forecast to hit 74 degrees, will break a 2007 mark of 72; and both Cedar City (75) and St. George (85) were on course to tie records set in 2007 and 1972, respectively.