These are all the Logan History Blog posted on Monday, 30 December, 2013.
Has it been cold outside?
This time of year, we often hear conversation about the temperatures, usually exclaiming about how cold it has been. Cache Valley has a reputation in Utah of being rather cold. This might lead someone to ask: what are normal temperatures one can expect in Cache Valley?
As it happens, over the past month it actually has been colder than the multiyear average. On December 9 the low temperature was -14°F, compared to the average for that day of 18°F, a difference of 32°F. We also had a cold spell that lasted from December 3 to December 19, 17 consecutive days with cooler than average low temperatures. Additionally, 81% of the days in December had lower than average low temperatures.
This and historical statistics can be found on our Community Profile page.
~ Jason, Special Collections Librarian
Posted By Logan Library - Logan History at 12:41 PM in Category:Announcements / News
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