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On Friday, March 17th, the Salt Lake City area enjoyed lots of sunshine with clear skies and dry roads, making it a great day for anyone heading to the resorts.

Although a weak storm passed to the south of the area earlier in the day, high pressure remained the main story and kept things dry and sunny.

Temperatures were a bit cooler than average, but still warmer than the previous day.

Across the Wasatch Front, temperatures were in the low to mid-40s, while Park City was only 32 degrees.


George had nothing but sunshine with temperatures in the upper 50s to low 60s, while Cedar City was in the low 40s.

However, things will get cold again at night, so it is advised to keep extra layers handy.

Over the weekend, temperatures will start to warm up, but next week colder and wetter weather is expected.

A series of storms could bring widespread heavy valley rain and mountain snow, and snow levels could drop to the valleys by the middle of the week.

The first day of spring is on Monday, but it will be rainy in Salt Lake City, with rain beginning on Sunday night and continuing until Tuesday.

Showers could continue until Wednesday, and some of it could turn into snow down to the valley floors by Thursday.

However, things are expected to dry out by the end of the week.

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