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RECORD EVENT REPORT...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT

LOW MINIMUM TEMPERATURES REPORTED IN UTAH FOR DECEMBER 5TH...

STATION               NEW RECORD      OLD RECORD         YEAR

ESCALANTE                  1               2             1931
PROVO BYU                  1              12             2005
SPANISH FORK              -3               3             1955
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT       -18              -5             1972
MILFORD                  -23             -13             1972
PRICE                      1               4             2005

...LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES REPORTED IN UTAH FOR DECEMBER 5TH...

STATION               NEW RECORD      OLD RECORD         YEAR

BRIGHAM CITY             22               25             1972
FILLMORE                 11               22             1972
PROVO BYU                17               29             1998
SPANISH FORK             17               22             1972
UTAH TEST RANGE          20               24             2004
ZION NATIONAL PARK       36               39             1953
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT       13               19             1972
MILFORD                   9               18             1972
PRICE                    20               27             2005

...LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE REPORTED IN WYOMING FOR DECEMBER 5TH...

EVANSTON                  1               12             1909

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/view/prodsByState.php?state=UT&prodtype=public

Thanks to E Stephens for this link

 

4 Responses to Utah Blows Away Low Temperature Records

  1. Barry Begault says:

    I was told in the 1960′s that by the year 2000 we would be entering an Ice Age. I was also told by Popular Mechanics that I’d have a flying car.
    Well no flying car, but the Houston winters are surely getting colder!

  2. laurel says:

    reckon the mormons prayers on sunday in utah might be asking the lord for some warmth

  3. I can vouch for the snow and cold in Utah, even here in usually balmy SW Utah, which is ordinarily just a few degrees cooler than Las Vegas, since we’re only at 3000 feet, while most of Utah is at least at 5000. It has been bitter cold, down to 12 or 13F at night for the last week, and snowed all day today, about 5 or 6 inches here. That is only the second time we’ve had serious snow in the 15 years I’ve lived here. It’s been 3 winters since the last time we had snow that hadn’t melted by mid-morning. This snow will be around for most of the coming week, as it won’t get above about 29 or so for a few days. Sure doesn’t feel like global warming….


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