Intermountain West - Climate Summary
The Intermountain West Climate Summary is published monthly by the Western Water Assessment. The September issue is attached.
The Summary for Utah is as follows:
Hydrological Conditions: Drought conditions persist in Western Utah.
Temperatures: Average temperatures in Utah were above the normal in August with southern Utah experiencing 4 degrees F above the normal.
Precipitation: Precipitation was near or above the normal across most of Utah except for northern Utah which received over 150% of average precipitation.
ENSO - the equatorial Pacific returned to ENSO-neutral conditions during June 2008; this continued through August 2008.
Climate Forecasts: For the October-December and November-January seasons, there are increased chances of above average temperatures for Utah. There are equal chances of above, below or near average precipitation.
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