Weather in Salt Lake City

November 1990

Highs

For month (Nov. 14) 70 degrees

Average this month 51.5 degrees 30-yr. average 50.2 degrees

Record (Nov. 12, 1967) 75 degrees

Lows

For month (7, 28, 29)

Average this month 31.3 degrees

30-yr. average 29.2 degrees

Record (Nov. 16, 1955) -14 degrees

Snowfall

Total 4.8 inches

30-yr. average 6.5 inches

Record (1985) 27.2 inches

Precipitation

Total for month 1.24 inches

30-yr. average 1.22 inches

Most in 24 hrs. (5-6) 0.41 inches

Record (1985) 2.63 inches

Records set at Salt Lake weather station: none

Utah weather highlights

Nov. 1-2: A blast of winter in mainly the mountains with impressive water amounts in some locations; Tooele, 1.10 inches; Draper, 1.02 inches; Alta, 1.47 inches; Salt Lake City, 0.84 inches; and Blanding, 0.72 inches.

Nov. 5-7: Another winterlike storm with snow mainly in the higher elevations statewide, Alta, 24 inches; Solitude, 21 inches; Snowbird, 19 inches; and Tooele, 5 inches.

Nov. 11-20: A million-dollar storm arrived for the ski resorts but was a nightmare for the evening commuters. By the time the skies cleared, Alta ski resort noted 32 inches of the "Greatest Snow on Earth"; Solitude, 31 inches; Brighton, 31 inches; Magna, 8 inches; Taylorsville, 10 inches; and Holladay, 5 inches. Lots of water in the snow; Alta, 3.45 inches; Snowbird, 2.50 inches; Orem, 1.02 inches; and Provo-BYU, 0.83 inches.

Nov. 25-27: Another shot of winter weather, Alta, 21 inches snow and 2-4 inches in the Salt Lake Valley. Lots of south wind in advnace. St. George, 60 mph, and Sandy, 58 mph.

Source: Salt Lake office, National Weather Service.