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Historical Weather Data for March 2
Average high temperature during the last 30 years
48° F
Average low temperature during the last 30 years
30° F
Chance measureable precipitation will occur (for the
24 hour period. For any 6 hr. period, chances are about 1/2 that shown)
51%
Time sun is first seen in east if there were no mountains.
(the sky gets light about 25 minutes before this.)
7:00 AM
Time sun is last seen in west if there were no mountains.
(the sky stays light about 25 minutes after this.)
6:20 PM
Average Temperatures
12:00 am
35° F
1:00 am
35° F
2:00 am
35° F
3:00 am
35° F
4:00 am
35° F
5:00 am
34° F
6:00 am
34° F
7:00 am
30° F
8:00 am
35° F
9:00 am
38° F
10:00 am
41° F
11:00 am
43° F
12:00 pm
44° F
1:00 pm
45° F
2:00 pm
46° F
3:00 pm
48° F
4:00 pm
46° F
5:00 pm
45° F
6:00 pm
44° F
7:00 pm
41° F
8:00 pm
39° F
9:00 pm
38° F
10:00 pm
37° F
11:00 pm
36° F
This Day in Weather History: March 2
In 1977, Salt Lake City had a record 10 inches of snowfall. In 1984, several people were injured in a fog-related chain reaction accident involving 15 cars in American Fork. In 1989, a squall line with thunderstorms and hail moved through Utah; hail piled up to 1 inch deep at the Salt Lake Airport and a tornado touched down in Magna. In 1991, a 3-day storm finished up with huge rainfall totals
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