‘Octoburrr’ cold brings more record-breaking low temps to Utah

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SALT LAKE CITY — As the National Weather Service’s Salt Lake City office puts it, “Octoburrr” continues to bring more freezing temperatures to the Beehive State.

The most snow accumulation across the northern Utah valleys will come Tuesday morning, according to NWS.

Broken records

  • Salt Lake City broke a nearly 50-year-old record low of 23 F Monday with temperatures reaching 22 F
  • Capitol Reef National Park, Cedar City Airport and Deer Creek Dam all tied previous records Monday with 25 F set in 2012, 12 F in 1970 and 13 F in 1970, respectively
  • Capitol Reef National Park, Cedar City Airport and Deer Creek Dam all tied previous records Monday with 25 F set in 2012, 12 F in 1970 and 13 F in 1970, respectively.
  • Hans Flat Ranger Station broke the previous of 21 F record set in 2009 with 16 F. In Randolph, there was a record low of minus 1 F that broke the 5 F record set in 1984.

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