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Fillmore, UT

January Averages
H 41°    L 14° temperatures in °F
0.6 precipation in inches

Fillmore, UT

February Averages
H 47°    L 19° temperatures in °F
0.7 precipation in inches

Fillmore, UT

March Averages
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1 precipation in inches

Fillmore, UT

April Averages
H 66°    L 30° temperatures in °F
1 precipation in inches

Fillmore, UT

May Averages
H 75°    L 38° temperatures in °F
0.9 precipation in inches

Fillmore, UT

June Averages
H 86°    L 45° temperatures in °F
0.5 precipation in inches

Fillmore, UT

July Averages
H 93°    L 53° temperatures in °F
0.7 precipation in inches

Fillmore, UT

August Averages
H 90°    L 52° temperatures in °F
0.8 precipation in inches

Fillmore, UT

September Averages
H 81°    L 42° temperatures in °F
0.7 precipation in inches

Fillmore, UT

October Averages
H 68°    L 31° temperatures in °F
0.9 precipation in inches

Fillmore, UT

November Averages
H 54°    L 22° temperatures in °F
0.7 precipation in inches

Fillmore, UT

December Averages
H 42°    L 14° temperatures in °F
0.6 precipation in inches

Fillmore

Named for U.S. President Millard Fillmore, the town of Fillmore (located in Millard County) was the first capital of what was then known as the Utah Territory. Plans for a monumental statehouse were drawn and one wing built, but before its completion, the capital was moved to more populated Salt Lake City. You can still catch a glimpse of historic Fillmore at the Territorial Statehouse State Park. The volcanic formations that molded Tabernacle Hill reminded early settlers of the Mormon Tabernacle in Salt Lake City. In the area, hikers can explore unique cones and lava-tube caves. To the south, Cove Fort, constructed in 1867 on orders from Brigham Young, discouraged attacks during the Black Hawk War and provided a welcome respite for travelers in the area.


For more information on attractions, accommodation and dining, visit Millard County Tourism www.millardcounty.com

Fillmore