We are tolerant of weather in Sandy UT

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We are tolerant of weather in Sandy UT

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Yesterday we had a little rain - we need it. The Salt Lake Valley is high altitude desert. ( 10 - 12 inches a year ~ if we measure it carefully).

A lot of our water comes from snow melt. Clear and cold. This requires snow falls, and our mountains are blessed.

Light rain here in the valley, the mountains shrouded in mist, welcoming snow that is enjoyed by so many from the farmer to the snow boarder (some are both as the occasion merits). Sometime soon the cloud will pass to show off our splendor, the mountains of the Wasatch Front close by. The Greatest Snow on Earth.

We will get more snow in the valley, to blanket the area, to give visitors and residents the signature view of Sandy UT and surrounds that is our annual reward.

As residents, we get all the weather, all the seasons, that make living here permanently so attractive. As a visitor, you have your choice of time to visit. We hope you come soon, and come  back often. You may even decide to live here permanently.

ps ~ a coat and gloves will be handy.


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Brian Rugg
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Hello Larry:

Good for you and even better for your clients. I have shown properties (in Boston) in the middle of snow storms when other wouldn't even think of it. Keep up the great work.

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