Climatologist: Water conservation needed despite strong winter precipitation

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It has been a banner year for precipitation here in Eagle Mountain, as well as the entire state of Utah. After years of low snow totals, the weather pattern has shifted, according to Utah State University researcher and assistant state climatologist Dr. Jon Meyer. Many residents are asking why Utah has experienced so many storms?… Read more »

Precipitation on track to exceed monthly average

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With heavy winter storms all across the western United States, Utah has seen one of its wettest winters in 50 years. December 2022 ranked 6th in Utah’s history for snowfall. In the new year, the precipitation hasn’t stopped – though warmer temperatures have meant rain rather than snow. The weather station at the Salt Lake… Read more »

Early winter weather prompts snow removal reminders

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With winter having arrived somewhat early, it’s a good time to remind residents that vehicles must be moved off the road so the snowplows can clear the roads quickly and efficiently for safe travel. “As our winter storms arrive, please be mindful of the weather outlook and allow extra time for travel,” says Zac Hilton,… Read more »

EM weather stations provide data for residents

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Eagle Mountain has a unique climate as it’s tucked between two mountain ranges. The Ranches is the hilly section of Eagle Mountain and City Center is situated in a relatively flatter area, so weather between these differing parts of the community can vary at times. The City has two advanced weather stations through a partnership… Read more »