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Utahns get sun and more sun with warming temperatures
First Published Mar 10 2013 10:17 am • Last Updated Mar 11 2013 06:51 am

Utahns will see sun, sun and more sun this week.

Add in warming temperatures and it might seem like spring has sprung a week earlier than its March 20 arrival this year.

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By Thursday, temperatures are expected to warm to 57, according to the National Weather Service in Salt Lake City.

With warming temperatures comes an increased avalanche danger for back-country enthusiasts.

The Uinta and Skyline ranges on Sunday had a "considerable" risk of snow slides, meaning expert avalanche skills are required to navigate those ranges. The Logan, Ogden, Salt Lake, Provo and Moab ranges were under a "moderate" risk.Air quality over Utah was expected to be good through Tuesday afternoon, according to the state Department of Environmental Quality.


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