Feb. 17 - Arctic Air Makes A Big Return to Western and Central Wyoming

Arctic air has continued to pour into Wyoming from the north since Wednesday.  This has led to very cold overnight low temperatures across the region.  Less cloud cover and a blanket of snow across much of the area will likely lead to even colder temperatures on Friday night and early Saturday.

Low Resolution Low Temperature Map

High Resolution Low Temperature Map

 

Low Temperatures on February 17, 2006
CountyGeneral Station NameTemperatures
Big Horn Powell Field Station -15
Big Horn Greybull Airport -11
Fremont Dubois 10 Northwest -21
Fremont Dubois -18
Fremont Jeffrey City -11
Fremont Lander Airport -10
Fremont Riverton Airport -10
Fremont Boysen Dam -9
Fremont Riverton -8
Fremont Lander -8
Fremont Hudson -8
Fremont Shoshoni -6
Johnson Buffalo Airport -18
Lincoln Cokeville -18
Lincoln Afton Airport -17
Lincoln Thayne -16
Lincoln Kemmerer Airport -2
Natrona Midwest -16
Natrona Casper Airport -12
Natrona Casper WWTP -10
Park Pahaska -25
Park Sunlight Basin -25
Park Cody 6 Southwest -23
Park Wapiti -18
Park Cody Airport -18
Park Clark Fish Hatchery -15
Sublette Boulder Rearing Station -25
Sublette Big Piney Airport -24
Sublette Pinedale Airport -17
Sublette Pinedale -11
Sweetwater Rock Springs Airport -9
Teton Moose -16
Teton Jackson Airport -15
Washakie Tensleep 18 Southeast -11
Washakie Worland Airport -11
Yellowstone Grant Ranger Station -27
Yellowstone Canyon SNOTEL -26
Yellowstone East Entrance -26
Yellowstone Lake Yellowstone -26
Yellowstone Lake Yellowstone -25
Yellowstone Tower Falls Ranger Station -24
Yellowstone Madison Ranger Station -22
Yellowstone Lamar Ranger Station -22
Yellowstone Yellowstone West Entrance -20
Yellowstone Old Faithful Ranger Station -20
Yellowstone Snake River Ranger Station -19
Yellowstone Mammoth -19



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