Changing Seasons Spark Autumn Memories in Utah

Autumn leaves and autumn snow on the last day of summer near Salt Lake City. Howard Berkes, NPR

Autumn leaves and autumn snow on the last day of summer just outside Salt Lake City, Utah. Howard Berkes, NPR News hide caption

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Autumn leaves and autumn snow on the last day of summer near Salt Lake City. Howard Berkes, NPR

Autumn leaves and snow on the last day of summer near Salt Lake City, Utah. Howard Berkes, NPR News hide caption

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While snow dusts the mountaintops, valleys near Salt Lake City, Utah, are green. Howard Berkes, NPR

With snow dusting mountaintops, valleys near Salt Lake City are still green and vibrant. Howard Berkes, NPR News hide caption

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Autumn officially begins Wednesday, Sept. 22. But much of the nation is currently experiencing a mix of seasons, at least according to the thermometer.

It's blistering hot in some regions, but bitter cold has descended elsewhere. And for the areas in between, the seasons seem to change daily. That's what it's like right now in Utah, where NPR's Howard Berkes lives.

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