On a clear day you can see forever? Residents of the Wasatch Front will just have to take that on faith.
As the winter air inversion worsened at the mid-week, trapping increasing levels of automobile exhausts and industrial particulates in the state's rancid-smelling urban valleys, some Utahns were lucky to see beyond the end of the block.
The Utah Division of Air Quality began Wednesday with "Red," or unhealthy breathability grades for all of the state's regions with the exception of eastern Utah's Duchesne and Uintah counties; they were "Yellow," for compromised air quality. No improvement was expected Thursday, despite some light snow flurries expected along northern Utah's benches overnight.