July 19 - Very Warm Temperatures Continue

July 19 - Very Warm Temperatures Continue...

Wednesday July 19th, 2006 saw very warm temperatures continue in western and central Wyoming, but with only a couple of locations reporting 100 degrees or warmer.  Click Here for a map indicating some of the high temperatures.  A weak cold front across northern Wyoming kept temperatures at bay in the Big Horn Basin, and cloudiness from a weak weather system did the same across southern Wyoming.  The result was very warm temperatures for the fifth day in a row across central Wyoming, from the Wind River Basin into Natrona County.  Cloudiness across the state overnight also kept minimum temperatures on Thursday morning very warm - with low 70s in the Wind River Basin.

County Station Name Temperatures
Big Horn Greybull Airport 97
Big Horn Basin 93
Big Horn Hyatt High 92
Fremont Shoshoni 102
Fremont Boysen Dam 100
Fremont Lander Airport 98
Fremont Riverton Airport 97
Fremont Lander 97
Fremont Camp Creek 92
Fremont Beaver Rim 92
Fremont Martin’s Cove 88
Fremont Dubois 87
Hot Springs Thermopolis 9 Northeast 91
Johnson Dead Horse 94
Johnson Kaycee 93
Johnson Buffalo Airport 89
Lincoln Afton Airport 91
Lincoln Thayne 90
Lincoln Kemmerer Airport 84
Natrona Casper Airport 100
Natrona Hiland 93
Natrona Fales Rock 93
Natrona Casper Mountain 93
Natrona Midwest 92
Park Cody Airport 88
Park Sunlight Basin 82
Sublette Big Piney Airport 92
Sublette Hoback 91
Sublette Bondurant 89
Sublette Pinedale Airport 88
Sublette Bondurant 87
Sublette Snider Basin 86
Sweetwater Little America 92
Sweetwater Rock Springs Airport 86
Teton Jackson Airport 88
Washakie Worland Airport 93
Washakie Ten Sleep 16 Southeast 93
Yellowstone Lake Yellowstone 81

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