The temperature in Salt Lake City hit 68 degrees on Wednesday, making it the warmest Nov. 22 on record, the National Weather Service reported.
NWS meteorologist Lisa Verzella added that Wednesday’s temperature is the highest since 1874, which is when such things began to be recorded in Salt Lake City.
The NWS later tweeted: ”We’re expecting perhaps the warmest Thanksgiving on record across the state of Utah.”
The temperature then hit 67, making it the warmest Nov. 22 ever recorded, and climbed another degree to 68, building even more on the record for the day.
Highs in Salt Lake City will be in the mid-60s, while temperatures in northern Utah will hover around 60.