Climate, Global Warming, and Daylight Charts and Data

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Global Warming/Climate Change for MODENA, Utah, USA

One predicted temperature increase is
between 3°C and 5°C (5.4°F and 9.0°F).
See About the Global Warming Data for more information about this prediction.

climate chart for MODENA, UT
Daylight chart for {A['location']}, Utah, USA

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Explanation, Data Sources, Background and Discussion.

Data for MODENA, Utah, USA

NOAA Station Id: UT425752 Latitude: 37°47'53N Longitude: 113°55'32W Elevation: 5460'

Sunrise and Sunset Data

The yellow section shows when the sun is up, and how this changes over the year. Use the time-of-day scales, on the left and right, and the month scale on the top and bottom, to tell approximately when sunrise and sunset occur. See Sunrise, Sunset, and Daylight for more info.

The sunrise and sunset times shown in the chart are approximate. They are accurate for the latitude, and show the precise amount of daylight, but the rise and set times may be offset (up or down in the chart) since I don't have an automated way of matching time zones to longitudes. The charts are made assuming that the location is in the middle of an evenly spaced time zone.

For precise times see US Naval Observatory. For MODENA, UT, use latitude 37°47'53N and longitude 113°55'32W in the form. You'll need to know the time zone of the location.

Climate (Average Weather) Data

Minimum Temperature°F1520.325.129.637.545.152.851.643.431.92215.132.45
Maximum Temperature°F42.548.35664.673.985.591.288.880.968.553.344.166.47
Heating Degree Days1123860758538302846111314598211099516.00
Cooling Degree Days000114922221724510045.58
Monthly Precipitationinches0.880.961.180.780.810.371.

First and Last Frost Dates

First FrostLast Frost
SEP 13SEP 25OCT 07MAY 13MAY 30JUN 16
Explanation of frost dates.

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