It Was So Cold In Utah In 1949, Temperatures Stayed Below Freezing For Weeks

Cold and snowy winters are not that uncommon in the Beehive State. Throughout the years, we have had many storms pass through that have broke records for low temperatures or heavy snowfall. But, one of the coldest and most dangerous was the winter of 1948-1949, when Utah not only received tons of snow, but temperatures reached extreme lows as well. There’s no doubt that it was a winter to remember.

What is the worst winter in Utah that you remember? Tell us about it in the comments. And while winter can be cold and miserable, it is also beautiful, especially when covered under fresh snowfall. Check out these photos of the iconic delicate arch covered in snow. These pictures prove that winter in Utah is magical.

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