Yesterday morning I opened the door at 6 AM for a walk and was blown away by a hot blast. It seemed ridiculously warm.
Indeed, the remarkably high 82˚F minimum temperature mentioned in yesterday's blog post held up for the calendar day held up as the minimum for the day, setting a new all-time record for the highest minimum temperature.
Below are the 63 highest minimum temperatures observed in Salt Lake City (basically, every day with a minimum of 77˚F or higher). You will likely noticed something not all that surprising. A supermajority (about 78%) have occurred in the 21st century.