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Piute Reservoir , UT
~ 2995 miles away - (55)
Today's Forecast Mar 04, 2021

Piute Reservoir's current water temperature is 36°F. Today's forecast is: Possible light rain in the morning., with a high around 47°F and a low around 27°F. Winds are out of the WNW at 7 mph with gusts of 18 mph.

Current Conditions
36°F
Water
47° 27° F
Air
WSW 7 - 18 gust
Wind


8 Day Forecast as of Mar 04, 2021
Thursday
46° 22°
wind WNW 7-18 mph

Possible light rain in the morning.
Friday
55° 30°
wind ESE 4-7 mph

Clear throughout the day.
Saturday
56° 29°
wind S 9-33 mph

Partly cloudy throughout the day.
Sunday
51° 33°
wind S 5-18 mph

Partly cloudy throughout the day.
Monday
53° 31°
wind S 8-32 mph

Partly cloudy throughout the day.
Tuesday
46° 21°
wind WSW 6-31 mph

Overcast throughout the day.
Wednesday
42° 24°
wind SSW 3-15 mph

Foggy in the afternoon.
Thursday
40° 23°
wind WNW 3-14 mph

Foggy in the evening and overnight.


Warning: Ice is NEVER 100% Safe!
Thermal Imagery - Mar 01, 2021
Natural Imagery - Mar 03, 2021

Description
Robert D. Young, who also built the nearby Otter Creek dam, built Piute Reservoir on the main fork of the Sevier River in 1908. Both the reservoir and county are named for the Native Americans who dominated this area at one time. The state legislature changed the original spelling, from Paiute (the Native American people), to Piute. Piute State Park was constructed on the northwest part of Piute Reservoir. The state park was opened to the public in 1963. Common activities in the area include: fishing, hunting, OHV riding, water skiing and other water sports. Piute State Park has a primitive campground as well as a boat ramp and day-use shade shelters. Pit toilets are also available. Park Elevation: 5,900 feet

Related sites:
stateparks.utah.gov

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