Utah is semiarid, with low humidity and generous sunshine, and its temperate climate allows for outdoor recreation year-round.
July has an average high of 91 degrees and a low of 63; January’s top average is 36 degrees and its low is 22 and an average annual rainfall of 20 inches with the greatest amount in April with 1.97 inches.
Because the counties are next to the Great Salt Lake, they can be buffeted with deep lake-effect snow in winter. Cold westerly winds move across the lake’s warmer water and pick up water vapor, which freezes and falls as snow on the lands between the lake and the Wasatch Mountains to the east. Ogden gets, on average, just under 32 inches of snow a year; Farmington has more snowman potential with an average of 49 inches.
Hill Air Force Base is in northern Utah’s Davis County, Gateway to the Great Salt Lake. As of July 2015, Davis County was home to more than 336,000 people and more than 50 Historic places on the National Register. Davis County towns and communities near Hill Air Force Base include Clearfield, Kaysville, Layton, Sunset and Farmington, the county seat.
These areas offer a wide range of attractions within easy reach, from downtown shopping, gourmet dining and surprisingly energetic nightlife to rugged outdoor recreation and unbelievably accessible foothills and mountains.
For a list of all of the great things to do in the area, go to www.visitogden.com
If you are looking for fun things to do with the kids, this site provides a long list options, www.familydaysout.com