Sep 24: Cheyenne’s greatest September snowstorm on record ended on this day in
2000 after dropping an additional 6.4 inches of snow. Storm total snowfall
was 11.8 inches. Scottsbluff received a storm total of 5.7 inches of snow
over two days.
Scottsbluff was soaked with an impressive 2.32 inches of precipitation on
this day in 1959.
Shirley Basin, Wyoming fell to a very chilly 2 above on this day in 2000.
Today is the average first freeze date in fall for Kimball.
Sep 25: The coldest temperature ever recorded in Scottsbluff for the month of
September occurred on this day in 1926 with a low of 14 degrees, while
Chadron recorded its lowest September temperature with 15 degrees.
Today is the average first freeze date in fall for Chadron and Sidney.
Sep 26: A strong cold front brought very cold temperatures to the region on this day in
1926. Lows in the teens were common with Alliance recording their coldest
temperature ever in September with a low of 15 degrees.
Sep 27: The record precipitation amount for Scottsbluff on this date is just 0.25 inch,
which occurred in 1945. This is the lowest record precipitation amount in
Scottsbluff for any day in September.
Sep 28: Scottsbluff received their greatest daily snowfall on record for September
on this day in 1985 when 4.5 inches was recorded. Cheyenne recorded 4.9
inches of snow on the same day.
Kimball, Nebraska received their greatest daily snowfall on record for
September on this day in 1945 when 6.0 inches was recorded.
Today is the average first freeze date in fall for Scottsbluff and Bridgeport,
Sep 29: Decent precipitation fell across parts of the Nebraska panhandle on this day
in 1973 with amounts as high as 1.15 inches at Hemingford and 1.13 inches
Today marks the average first freeze date in fall for Cheyenne.
Sep 30: The coldest temperature ever recorded in Cheyenne during the month of
September was recorded on this day in 1985 with a low of just 8 above,
while just over the range to the west, Laramie fell to it’s coldest reading
on record for September with a low of 2 degrees below zero. It is also the
earliest below zero reading in fall for Laramie.
Cheyenne recorded no precipitation during the month of September in
1879. This is the only month on record that not even a trace of precipitation
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