The weekend may have been warm and sunny, but make no mistake, spring is literally still in the air.
The warm weekend that began Saturday along the Wasatch Front should continue Sunday and spill over into the work week. In Salt Lake, Tooele and Utah counties, highs Sunday and Monday were expected to reach the upper 70s, according to the National Weather Service. Forecasters predicted highs in the lower 70s for Davis and Weber counties Sunday and Monday.
But the balmy temperatures won't last. By Tuesday, sweater weather will reach the Wasatch Front, reducing highs to the mid-50s and lows to the mid-40s. Skies should become partly cloudy as well.