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SALT LAKE CITY — March is typically associated with coming in like a lion and leaving like a lamb. However, the photos you sent to us in June seemed to capture that same theme.
June started with leftover storms from a very wet spring in the state. However, as the month wore on the storms let up, and the temperatures shot up. That allowed Utahns to finally venture out around Alpine Loop and Mirror Lake Highway for the first time this season. Both highways had been closed due to snow.
Utah resident Scott Taylor sent us gorgeous aerial photos from Alpine Loop on June 15, the day after that highway reopened.
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Alpine Loop (SR92) reopened this past weekend. The super talented @grallon sent us these beautiful photos from his drone in the area 😍. Do you have fun outdoorsy, weather or news photos? Send them to email@example.com or through iWitness on the KSL.com app and they may even be featured here or on our website.
At the same time, Utahns were treated to some beautiful sunrises and sunsets at the tail end of the month. Michelle Christensen sent us some beautiful photos taken at Millsite Reservoir in Ferron, Emery County.
The beautiful skies were a nice welcoming gift as we transition into summer. More photos from throughout June can be found in the attached gallery.
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