Clouds Move In Over Temple Mountain

 

Huntington Canyon

 

Horse Riders During Emery County Autumn

 

Snow on Horn Mountain

Climate

 

Emery County's Climate
One of the beauties of Emery County is its diverse climate. From warm, sunny days in the summer months to snowstorms in winter, a full range of temperatures and weather can be experienced. The summer sun, which brings roughly 150 clear days a year, gradually melts the snow pack brought during winter - which stays primarily in the mountains - but not before adventurers experience "the best snow on earth." Both spring and fall consist of cooler days, light rain showers, and gusty breezes. Above all, the weather of Emery County is continually changing and citizens constantly learn to be prepared for the unexpected.

Four Seasons in Emery County
 
  Spring (March - May)  
  Average Maximum Temperature (F)

63

  Average Precipitation per month (in.) - Valleys 0.56
  Average Precipitation per month (in.) - Mountains 2.34
  Summer (June - August)  
  Average Maximum Temperature (F) 86
  Average Precipitation per month (in.) - Valleys 0.76
  Average Precipitation per month (in.) - Mountains 1.35
  Fall (September - November)  
  Average Maximum Temperature (F) 64
  Average Precipitation per month (in.) - Valleys 0.73
  Average Precipitation per month (in.) - Mountains 2.14
  Winter (December - February)  
  Average Maximum Temperature (F) 39
  Average Snowfall per month (in.) 6.6
  Frost Data  
  Average Last Spring Freeze May 22
  Average First Fall Freeze Sept 26
  Average Length of Growing Season 128 days

 

Obtain daily weather information at www.ewcd.org

 

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