Most of Utah didn't get as cold Wednesday night as feared following a winter-like storm. But six records were set Wednesday for the lowest maximum temperatures on that date.
Laketown's high temperature Wednesday was only 41 degrees, eclipsing the 1905 record of 49 degrees. Provo-BYU only warmed to 47 degrees, breaking the 1927 record by two degrees. Brigham City shivered at a daytime high of 48 degrees, one below the 1927 record.
Coalville's 44 degrees, Spanish Fork's 45 and the Utah Test Range's high of 53 also were new record low maximum temperatures.
The Salt Lake City International Airport reached a high of 64 degrees early Wednesday morning and dipped to a low of 38 degrees Wednesday night.
Thursday night's low in Salt Lake City will be around 36 degrees. Friday will be mostly sunny at 62 degrees. Saturday will feature a 20 percent chance of showers under mostly cloudy skies and a high of 68 degrees. Sunday is expected to have a 50 percent chance of showers and a high of 54.
— Lynn Arave