Salt Lake experiences warm record breaking temperatures, snow expected
SALT LAKE CITY— Friday brought a wave of warm temperatures across the Wasatch Front, 58 degrees tying the record of 58 degrees on this day in 1956.
Salt Lake’s temperatures were higher than those of Los Angeles, California, Houston, Texas, St. George, Utah and even Pensacola, Florida.
🌡️Warmer in Salt Lake City than Houston? Los Angeles? For today anyway, this is the case. Temperatures are well above normal and currently tied for record warmth for the day. Temperatures fall back to seasonal values tomorrow. #UTwx pic.twitter.com/MFXsTrxBRj
— NWS Salt Lake City (@NWSSaltLakeCity) January 7, 2022
The craziest part?
Our forecast says there’s a possibility of snow tonight. Tune in for KSL TV at 5, 6, or 10 p.m. to get the latest on weather, streaming in app.
— Kristen Van Dyke (@kvandykewx) January 7, 2022
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