Utah's early spring will continue Sunday with warming temperatures and spotty rain, but the backcountry remains a dangerous place.
The Utah Avalanche Center warns that the snowy mountains hold a considerable to high risk of avalanches on Sunday. The danger dips on Monday for the Salt Lake, Provo, Ogden and Moab ranges to a "moderate" level, but the Uintas, Skyline and Logan-area mountains remain considerable to high, according to the center.
Meanwhile, a slight to moderate chance of rain in northern Utah will continue through Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service. Highs are expected to remain in the 50s, and even hit 60 in at least Salt Lake City and Provo by midweek.