February is chilly in the winter of Utah as the state remains in the grip of the cold weather. Day temperatures are in the cold range of 32°F (0°C) to 59°F (15°C) and rarely go past 65°F (18.3°C). Nights are bitter in the zone of 10°F (-12.2°C) to 28°F (-2.2°C), with occasional dips below 0°F (-17.8°C) in many areas. The mountains have alpine conditions and gather loads of fluffy snow. The snowfall ranges between 4" (102mm) to 12" (305mm) statewide. The days are mild, with a low level of humidity and dry atmosphere. Snowstorms occasionally occur and stall ordinary life. Drive carefully as the icy roads are hazardous in the winter. Cross country skiing and snowmobiling are popular among adventure seekers. Hot chocolate is a great way to regain energy levels after a day in the snow. Soaking in a hot spring is a delightful remedy to the cold season. Snow lovers from distant parts of the country travel to Utah to experience the unique powdery snow on the mountain slopes in February.