Winter storms, frigid temps blanket Cache Valley
Cache Valley was blanketed with at least a foot of snow — and in some place more — over the weekend, followed by frigid temperatures on Monday.
“It was a pretty impressive storm,” said Jon Meyer, assistant state climatologist with the Utah Climate Center. “I know we had 10 inches at my house.”
“Another significant event happened on Dec. 2 when between 8 and 9 inches of snow was produced, while the latest weekend snowfall had 8-10 inches with a few pockets of 12-inch reports,” he said.
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