Winter has basically arrived in Salt Lake City.
The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City said Friday morning that “growing season” is officially over now that the Salt Lake City International Airport reported a reading of 32 degrees.
- “The Salt Lake City Airport has officially hit 32F, marking the end of the growing season. The time between the last freeze and first freeze this year was 191 days.”
(For context, 191 days ago was April 15, 2020. That was the same day reports surfaced that Disney+ edited the scandalous “Splash” scene.)
- Dark clouds are expected for Friday and Saturday.
- A cold front moves in on Saturday night and Sunday morning.
- There will be some rain in the valley and snow in the mountains.
- “We will see widespread freezing temperatures across the state lasting into next week. Monday morning will likely feature temperatures in the mid-20s for the Wasatch Front and possible record cold in many areas,” according to KSL Weather’s Kristen Van Dyke.