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Contrary to popular belief, Salt Lake City weather does change with the seasons. There is more than just summer and winter. In the summer, it is scorching hot. In the winter, it's normally either gray or sometimes even sunny—but very brisk. In late September and early October, it starts to get colder in the evenings.
Spring brings sunny days, and in recent years, a lot of rain to the valley. The weather is sometimes temperamental, taking a long time to warm up after winter—it even snows in May sometimes! The mountains are normally many degrees cooler than the valley, as this area can get snow in early autumn lasting into late spring!
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