Saturday's heat in Salt Lake City broke a record set in 1881.
The record of 92 degrees set more than a century ago was eclipsed by early afternoon at the Salt Lake City International Airport when the thermometer registered 93 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.
So far, Utah's capital city is following the trend from May, which was warmer and drier than normal. A monthly climate report issued by the NWS showed the average maximum temperature during the month was 73.9 degrees and the average minimum was 49. The normal values for the month are 71.9 and 47.8 degrees, respectively.