Utahns across much of the state can expect the warmest temperatures of the year on Sunday and Monday.
Cities along the Wasatch Front were expected to hit about 90 degrees by Monday, which at least in Salt Lake City would be a degree shy of the record for that day, according to the National Weather Service. Southern Utahns can look forward to a high of about 100 degrees that day.
With the hot temperatures, the NWS warns everyone to use extreme caution near rivers and streams as spring runoff picks up. The cold water will be running fast, and hypothermia is possible even after only a short time in the water, according to the NWS.