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The Insider’s Weather Report

If you want to know more than today's temperature, check out Wasatch Weather Weenies, an awesome daily blog by Jim Steenburgh, professor of

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Avalanche! In a No-Snow Winter, Why the Threat is High

What can atmospheric science tell us about snow, weather and climate? Especially in a year of unusually low snowfall? [caption id="attachment_6959" align="alignright" width="144" caption="Jim Steenburgh conducting a weather forecast.

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Understanding Wasatch Weather

Unseasonable may be a gross understatement about January's weather in Utah so far. Temps in the 50s and no snow--now or in the forecast. Jim Steenburgh, U of

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