weather Utah is known to have a warm climate during summer.
This is when temperatures are likely to be in the 70’s. During
winter, there is usually a sudden shift, where temperatures are
likely to drop to the 30’s. West Valley usually has pleasant
weather during the summer. The warmest month of the year in
West Valley, Utah is July. During this month the average
maximum temperature is 90.60 degrees Fahrenheit. On the other
hand, West Valley is around 21.30 degrees Fahrenheit during its
coldest month of the year, which is January.
The transition in
the temperatures of West Valley weather Utah between day
and night is reported to be moderate in the summer.
Variation between temperatures in a 24 hour timeframe can
top 27 degrees Fahrenheit. During winter, the typical
variation between temperatures in a 24-hour timeframe is
17 degrees Fahrenheit. Precipitation in West Valley City
each year is 15.50 inches on average. The wettest month
of the year in the area is May, where the average
rainfall is 2.09 inches. However, rainfall is rather
consistently spread out throughout the
Here is a
typical report of the West Valley weather
at a speed of 10 miles per hour, or 16.7 kilometers per hour
from the southeast (140°). The temperature is 63 degrees
Fahrenheit, or 17 degrees Celcius. The atmospheric pressure is
29.85 inHg / 1012 hPa. The relative humidity is 42 percent, and
skies are mostly cloudy.
what the weather will be at any one time and location can be
challenging in the West. Weather conditions can shift over
short distances. Those small shifts can affect our
comprehension of climate variability and change. Moreover, they
can affect several public safety functions of data of the West
Valley weather Utah.
many other locations, West Valley Utah may experience harsh
weather. West Valley weather Utah could bring some gusty south
winds and low relative humidity. In this case red flag warnings
are announced, especially in fire weather zones. Storm systems
may trigger the considerable rise of southwest winds up to 25
mph with strong gusts. Winds combined with relative humidity
close to 10 percent can develop harsh fire weather
are present most of the year in Utah. Generally, there aren’t
many tornadoes in Utah, and when tornadoes are present they
often do not cause severe damage to the affected areas. Wind
speeds are often light to moderate, ranging under 20 miles per
hour. Though, strong winds, dust storms and hailstorms
sometimes develop. Dust storms are linked to the movement of
low-pressure disturbances during the months of spring. On the
other hand, hailstorms could damage fruit and vegetables in
certain areas during the months of spring and summer, though
the hail is often small.
Utah’s climate is verified by its distance from the equator,
location in relation to the average storm paths over the
Intermountain Region, elevation above sea level, and distance
from the main moisture sources of the location. Moreover, the
mountain ranges over the western United States have a major
effect on the climate of Utah.