Businesses in Salt Lake City, Utah rely on accurate snowfall record-keeping to plan for the most extreme conditions during the winter. Snow plow removal companies, Municipalities, Universities and others that fight snow can plan for the worst with this data…
First Two Inches
The first recorded date on which the city received its first 2 inches of snowfall.
1, 2 & 3 Day Snow Accumulation Records
Greatest Amount of Snow in One Day:
13.8in. — The one-day record snowfall for Salt Lake City, Utah was recorded on October 18th, 1984 as seen in the chart below.
Greatest Amount of Snow in Two Days:
20.4in. — The two-day cumulative snow record covered the period from February 25th, 1998 toFebruary 26th, 1998.
Greatest Amount of Snow in Three Days:
23in. — The two-day cumulative snow record covered the period from February 26th, 1998 toFebruary 28th, 1998.
These snow records are reviewed yearly and updated as new data is recorded.
SPN enlisted the help of the leading winter-expert Meteorologists to collect snow records throughout the United States. SPN has assimilated snow record data from over 220 U.S. Cities including Salt Lake City, Utah. Snowfall records are reviewed and updated yearly.
Greatest Snowfall in One Season:
108.3 inches – The greatest cumulative snow fall for Salt Lake City, Utah. This occurred during the year that ended December 31st, 1996. This was surely a banner year for snowplow contractors!United States snow records can be found by reviewing the snowfall records of over 200 cities.
Last Year’s Storms – 12 Months in 1 Minute
Source: Snow Plow News – Winter Weather News / Snow Research
Our memory of the past winter can sometimes be judged by a strong beginning to the winter, a long & cold winter season or a massive snowstorm that tested all snow removal equipment at the end of the season.
For snow and ice contractors, the winter is typically judged by how much money made it into the bank. For municipal workers, overtime.
This chart shows the nature of all the winter storms over the past season – in just 1 minute. Enjoy the show!
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