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Owing to the absence of cloudiness caused by the Great Salt Lake, nights are much cooler than in Salt Lake City or Ogden during this season.
The hottest recorded temperature in Beaver is 102 °F or 38.9 °C, which has occurred twice on June 21, 1913 and July 26, 1931, and 23.3 days will on average top 90 °F or 32.2 °C, although the hottest monthly mean minimum is only 62.0 °F or 16.7 °C in July 1968.
The Mineral Mountains rise to the west of Beaver, and the South Hills are to the south.
Interstate 15 runs along the western edge of Beaver, with access from exits 109 and 112.
Indigenous peoples lived in this area for thousands of years, as shown by archeological evidence.
A number of identified prehistoric sites have been found in Beaver County, dating to the Archaic and Sevier Fremont periods.
I-15 leads north 22 mi (35 km) to the western end of Interstate 70 at Cove Fort, 55 mi (89 km) north to Fillmore, and 53 mi (85 km) south to Cedar City.
Utah State Route 153 heads east from Beaver across the Tushar Mountains 40 mi (64 km) to Junction, and Utah State Route 21 runs west through the Beaver River Valley 17 mi (27 km) to Minersville.
Following United States victory in the Mexican-American War (1846-1848), it took over California and the Southwest.Winters are cold, though not severe, and generally dry, with the city’s intermountain valley location making it sufficiently dry that only 34.1 inches or 0.87 metres of snowfall can be expected each winter.Typically temperatures fall below freezing on all but six nights during winter and on 193.7 nights during an entire year; however maxima will top freezing on all but 14.3 afternoons.This road became a winter commercial wagon road, known in California as the Los Angeles - Salt Lake Road, and in Mormon settlements in Utah and Arizona Territory (now southern Nevada) as the California Road.Beaver was settled in 1856 by Mormon pioneers traveling this road; it was one of a string of Mormon settlements along the road through Utah.