An unseasonably mild southwest flow over Wyoming Monday, March 2nd resulted in several locations setting or tying record high temperatures.
A few locations came close to record highs on Tuesday, March 3rd, but only Rock Springs set a new record high temperature. Casper's high of 63 was two degrees off their record high of 65 set in 1992, and Worland's high of 64 was only one degree away from their record high of 65 also set in 1992.
|Location||Record Highs Set on March 2, 2009||Previous Record Highs|
|Casper||64||62 in 1986, 1992|
|Cody||66||64 in 1936, 1994|
|Lander||64 (tie)||64 in 1925|
|Riverton||63 (tie)||63 in 1925, 1946, 1982|
|Rock Springs||58||55 in 1986|
|Worland||66||66 in 1992|
|Location||Record Highs Set on March 3, 2009||Previous Record Highs|
|Rock Springs||59||54 in 1986|