Wondering exactly what the weather may be like for the trip to Bryce Canyon?
The Utah Dot lately installed cameras on Utah Highway 12 where one can see current conditions. The very first could well be 12 miles/19 km west from the park at Red-colored Canyon, the second reason is north of Bryce Canyon City close to the park boundary. Access these cameras through the UDOT CommuterLink website. Into the spotlight locate Bryce Canyon and search for your camera symbols on UT-12. A label will pop-up whenever your cursor is folded over each icon: the Red-colored Canyon camera is labeled "SR-12 Mile Marker 7", the Bryce Canyon City camera is labeled "SR-12 Mile Marker 14." Click the camera icon to see the look. These cameras are specifically useful when preparing a winter trip to the park.
- Cannonville Customer Center - (435) 679-8981 (open seven days a week from 7:30 a.m. to five:30 p.m. MDT)
- Escalante Interagency Customer Center - (435) 826-5499 (open seven days a week 7:30 a.m. to five:30 p.m. MDT)
- Kanab Headquarters - (435) 644-4300 (open seven days a week 8 a.m. to five p.m. (MDT)
- Large Water Customer Center - (435) 675-3200 (open seven days a week 8:30 a.m. to five:30 p.m. MDT)
Historic climate information for, and also the entire is informative for evaluating past weather trends. This post is supplied by the Northern Colorado Plateau Network from the Park Service.
Fire Outlook - Details about fire limitations and summer time outlook can be found in the following links.
Lightning SafetyLightning is really a year-round danger - especially throughout summer time Storms! When thunder roars, go inside. Lightning is at 10 miles (16 km) and you have to ask for the shelter of the building or perhaps your vehicle immediately. Click The Link to learn more.