Utah Weather in January
What’s the weather like in Utah in January?
January is one of the coldest months of the year in Utah with freezing temperatures and lots of heavy snowfall. If you love snowboarding or just want to give it a go, head to Park City for its amazing snowy slopes and tall peaks.
You’ll find Utah towards the west of the USA. The state has a warm climate in the summer with colder temperatures in January. In addition to skiing and snowboarding, you can also enjoy activities such as horseback riding, mountain biking and hiking through the lush countryside and the “Mighty Five” national parks. If you’ve come on holiday with the kids, head to Salt Lake City for its museums, swimming pools and the amazing Goblin Valley.
Temperatures are very low in January and the chance of snow is very high. The average temperature is just 2°C with cold breezes reaching speeds of up to 5mph. Humidity levels are around 77%, which is very high but will usually lower slightly towards the end of the month. The average rainfall is 9mm, which means it’s not likely to rain during your stay and you can leave the umbrella at home.