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Tuesday was expected to be a pretty nice day throughout the state.
Sunny skies and warming temperatures were expected throughout the day with temperatures reaching the upper 50s and lower 60s in most parts of Utah.
The Utah Avalanche Center said a "moderate" chance of slides remained for Utah's Logan, Western Uinta and Salt Lake City mountains. A "low" risk was in place for the mountains in Ogden and Provo. The Manti Skyline and Moab mountains were not rated Tuesday morning.
The air quality statewide was "green," or good, according to the Utah Division of Environmental Quality.
Salt Lake City looked for a high temperature of 61 on Tuesday and 71 on Wednesday; Ogden was expected to top out 59 and 68, respectively; Provo, 62 and 72; Logan, 61 and 67; Wendover, 60 and 65; Duchesne, 60 and 68; Cedar City, 59 and 67; St. George, 72 and 79; and Moab, 61 and 76.