Monday, January 14, 2013

Fwd: It's Cold

'Historic Cold

By Andrew Adams

SALT LAKE CITY — It's not just extremely cold out there, it's bordering on historic. It's so cold you can pour water on the ground outside and it freezes in about 20 seconds.


Some of the temperatures in Utah overnight are similar to what you'd expect in Minnesota:


    -25 in Bryce Canyon

    -21 at Kimball Junction outside of Park City


Salt Lake City International Airport recorded temperatures below 0 overnight. The last time that happened was on Jan. 22, 2008 when it was -2 degrees.


Monday, Salt Lake's forecast high is 13 degrees. The last time the maximum temperature for the day was below 14 was more than 22 years ago -- Dec. 30, 1990.'



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