Utah is famous for it’s world-class ski resorts. You probably know Utah has the “greatest snow on earth,” but did you know the springs, summers, and autumns here are pretty spectacular too?
Mother Nature puts on a show every season. If you lived in Utah, you would have a front-row seat!
Utah’s climate varies depending on location, but it is generally characterized by hot summers and cold winters, with relatively low precipitation throughout the year.
In the summer months (June through August), temperatures in Utah can be hot, especially in the southern and eastern parts of the state, with average highs in the mid to upper 90s Fahrenheit (around 35°C). The northern parts of the state tend to be a bit cooler, with average highs in the mid to upper 80s Fahrenheit (around 30°C).
In the winter months (December through February), temperatures can drop significantly, with average lows in the teens and twenties Fahrenheit (around -10°C to -5°C). The mountains in Utah receive significant snowfall during the winter, with some areas averaging over 500 inches (around 12.7 meters) of snow per year.
Utah also experiences significant temperature fluctuations between day and night throughout the year, with hot days often giving way to cool nights. This can make for pleasant evenings during the summer, but it can also mean that winter days are much colder than the nighttime temperatures.
Overall, Utah’s climate is dry, with most of the state receiving less than 15 inches (around 38 cm) of precipitation per year. However, there are some areas of the state, particularly in the mountains, that receive much more precipitation and have more moderate temperatures.
Are you ready to make Utah your home? Call me today. Let’s talk. I can’t wait to show you around.