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The Summer Monsoon

Posted Jul 13th - 12:15pm

What are monsoons and what do they have to do with summer weather in Utah?

Greg S.


Lake Temperatures

Posted Jul 12th - 11:46am


I faithfully watch ksl and listen to ksl radio. I have a question for you: What is the water temperature for Scofield? There are scout camps all summer there, and it would be nice to know how much or how little they will suffer as they try to earn their swimming merit badge!

Thanks for all you do!!!

Lightning Dangers

Posted Jul 12th - 10:45am

We have a few questions concerning lightning. One, do large bodies of water dissipate lightning's energy, or has it been known to strike the bottom? Two, does lightning ever dissipate before it reaches the ground? Or does it always hit the ground? We would appreciate it if you could provide us with an answer! Thank you!

-Susan & Char S.


More About Weather History

Posted Jul 9th - 8:56pm


I am trying to find some information on historical weather data for Southern California for the last week of September, and the first two weeks of October. Where would a commoner such as myself find such data? I realize that this is nothing more than historical data, but I am planning a trip to Disneyland in this time frame and would like to shoot for the mostly likely dry time.

Thanks for your help.

When is it hottest in SLC?

Posted Jul 8th - 4:51pm

Some colleagues of mine and I are having a disagreement about which month is typically the hottest for Northern Utah....I say it is August....they say it is July. Can you please help me out with this?

Thank You, Christine B. ***********************************************************

Christine, so you're looking for climate data basically. Since you are talking about SLC and from SLC we'll just consider the historical info from here.

What did I see in the sky on Friday?

Posted Jul 1st - 5:07pm

Today our family was having a reunion in Nephi when we saw a large ring around the sun. We took this picture of it. With the camera in max. wide angle we could not get the entire ring in the picture. What can you tell us about this.

Thanks, Lynn E.


Wind in the evenings

Posted Jun 28th - 3:23pm


I live right near Millcreek canyon. Every evening a wonderful refreshing wind starts blowing at my house. I am assuming it comes out of Millcreek Canyon. What I am wondering is what causes it to happen every evening like clockwork? Also, why doesn't it occur during the day?

Thanks, Cheney

Future Moon Phases

Posted Jun 25th - 9:11pm

I believe there will be as full moon on Jan 3, 2007. If that is the case, what time will it rise? And, what time will the sun go down that day? Is there a place on you website to find these answers?

Very Best Regards,


Pollen Counts

Posted Jun 24th - 9:26pm

What time of day is the pollen count the highest? I heard several rumors. Please clear this up for me.

Thanks, Stan J.


Types of Clouds

Posted Jun 23rd - 12:56pm

How many different kinds of clouds are there? We've seen some really unusual shapes.

My Granddaughters really brought a smile to my face when they said "Grandma look at the cauliflower clouds." They really did look like cauliflower. I used to know the names of some, but the years have clouded my memory. We love looking at the clouds and finding shapes, faces, animals, etc

Thanks for your help. I've watched KSL Weather for over 50 years. It's the best, keep up the good work. Audrey S.

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