Coldest January In Utah Since 1979

In December, NRDC warned of ten degrees winter temperature rise in Utah, and the end of skiing.

Report: Global warming hits Utah’s ski industry hard | The Salt Lake Tribune

January was the eleventh coldest on record in Utah, and the coldest since 1979. There is no evidence that winter temperatures in Utah are increasing or that snowfall is decreasing

ALTON BLANDING BLUFF DESERET DUCHESNE ESCALANTE FILLMORE FT DUCHESNE HEBER KANAB LAKETOWN LEVAN LOGAN UTAH ST UNIV MANTI MARYSVALE MOAB MORGAN POWER & LIGHT NEPHI PANGUITCH RICHFIELD RADIO KSVC ST GEORGE SCIPIO SPANISH FORK PWR HOUSE TOOELE UTAH LAKE LEHI WOODRUFF ZION NP

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Snowfall has been increasing in Utah

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Alta Ski Area | MOUNTAIN CAMS

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2 Responses to Coldest January In Utah Since 1979

  1. Pathway says:

    Once again almost all the the stations listed are small communities that should have little UHI effect in there readings.

  2. Andy DC says:

    AGW warming advocates fully know that Utah is not the globe, nor are all the other states you have shown, where nothing is happening. Also that your raw data has not been peer reviewed by thousands of brilliant MIT climate scientists, as has the “adjusted” data utilized by Dr. Hansen.

    These climate scientists have 200+ IQs! Are you suggesting that these geniuses should be made to do something so ridiculously simple minded, like comparing actual temperatures in the present to other actual temperatures in the past? That would be a total insult to their intelligence!

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