32 days above 100 degrees in Salt Lake City
SALT LAKE CITY — A tweet from the National Weather Service Salt Lake City says we’ve officially broken the triple-digit mark 32 times this year. This month alone we’ve hit over 100 degrees on five different occasions.
Also, today is the hottest day ever recorded in September for Salt Lake City, hitting 104 degrees.
NWS Salt Lake City says this is also the 23rd warmest day on record for SLC.
That said, Kevin Eubank, Chief Meteorologist with KSLTV 5, says “potentially a few remnants of a hurricane working its way up from Mexico so we’ll be seeing some changes in the overall pattern as we head through the weekend and into early next week, and we might finally be experiencing some September weather compared to all this july, august record heat that we have been experiencing.”
🥵We have once again broken the triple digit mark for the 32nd time this year and 5th time this month. 103F also ties the record hottest day ever recorded in September, which was set just a couple of days ago. #utwx pic.twitter.com/TeXw2S3gdu
— NWS Salt Lake City (@NWSSaltLakeCity) September 5, 2022
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