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Alex Goodlett, Deseret News
Robert Hurley flies through the air during his first day out on his bike for the year at I Street Jumps in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, March 15, 2017.

Robert Hurley takes advantage of the unseasonably warm weather by taking jumps on his bike at I Street Jumps in Salt Lake City, where the high temperature on Wednesday hit 76 degrees, some 20 degrees higher than normal. The previous record high for the date was 73 degrees in 2015. According to KSL's Dan Guthrie, a cold front will roll into the area Thursday, bringing light scattered showers to northern Utah and southern Idaho, and temperatures in the high 60s and low 70s on Thursday and Friday. Saturday should be another record-breaking day, with highs near 77.