What a Chilly Morning (4/14)...Record Lows Were Set

 
After a spring snow storm Saturday night and Sunday, skies cleared and winds became light Sunday night allowing temperatures to plunge. Several record lows were set for April 13th and April 14th.  The stations with a long period of record which set or broke their record low are highlighted in blue in the table below.  Unless otherwise noted below, locations in the table are for the airport.  

Overnight Low Temperatures for Sunday Night

Record Lows set on Sunday, April 13th
(these records occurred right before midnight on Monday 4/14)
Location
(Airport)
Sunday's Low Old Record Low Period of Record Additional Notes
Buffalo
14 28 in 1998 1998 - present The record low for the cooperative observer in Buffalo for April 13th is 13 degrees set in 1933.
Casper 12 13 in 1983  1939 - present  
Greybull 18 24 in 2008  1998 - present The record low for the cooperative observer for Greybull for April 13th was 11 degrees set in 1997.
 Lake Yellowstone
2 4 in 2007  1998 - present The record low for the cooperative observer at Lake Yellowstone for April 13th is -15 degrees which was set in 1911.
 Riverton 17  18 in 1997  1995 - present The record low for the cooperative observer in Riverton for April 13th is 4 degrees set in 1933.
 Worland 17  17 in 1975  1960 - present  

  

Record Lows set on Monday, April 14th
Location
(Airport)
Monday's
Low
Old Record
Low
Period of
Record
Additional Notes
Big Piney 4

4 in   1980

1976 - present

 
 Buffalo 14  19 in 2013  1998 - present  
Buffalo Town 12 12 in 1986 1899 - present Not a typo...records go back to 1899.
 Greybull 15  22 in 2000  1998 - present  
Greybull Town 10 22 in 2000 1976 - present  
 Lake Yellowstone
-7  -1 in 2013  1998 - present The record low for the cooperative observer at Lake Yellowstone for April 14th is -19 degrees set in 1911.
 Rock Springs
11  19 in 2013  1948 - present  
 Riverton 13  24 in 2007  1995 - present The record low for the cooperative observer in Riverton for April 14th is 6 degrees set in 1986.



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