Cache Valley Utah Inversion January 21, 2013April 5, 2014 / Andrew McAllister Above: This is what an inversion looks like (1/7/2013). Above: Cache Valley breathing easier (1/10/2013). Above: Yuck! Unhealthy Air in Cache Valley (1/21/2012). Like this:Like Loading... Related
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Meanwhile, Provo still looks disgusting. Great photos, by the way :)
So beautiful! Makes me homesick. I lived in Park City 1996-98 and think often about my treks in the mountains all over. I also lived in a cabin in the Swiss Mountain Estates down the Heber Valley. I do so miss driving around these mountains daily!
Wow. I LOVE these shots. This is a view I want to admire with my own eyes some day.
Nice depth in these fine photos!
My lungs do not miss the Utah Valley inversions from many years back…
http://www.airnow.gov/index.cfm?action=airnow.local_state&stateid=46&tab=0 – Northern Utah always has it the worst in the whole country. Nice way to show the problem.
It’s pretty disgusting. How do we solve it though? Do geography and weather have the upper hand?
this is cache valley. Logan, smithfield, wellsville. Utah county isn’t as half as bad as it is here. no one can breathe! everyone is having lung problems! it’s terrible! thanks for the pictures. after utah was on national news this morning we wanted to see what the pictures of cache valley looked like to see what we are in! :S