A ridge of high pressure brought abundant sunshine and continued unseasonably warm temperatures to many parts of western Wyoming on Tuesday, September, 28. The record highs at both Casper and Pinedale were the warmest on record so late in the fall season. Listed below is a table of records that were tied or broken on Tuesday.
|Location||Tuesday's High||Old Record / Year|
|Big Piney||84||80 / 2001|
|Buffalo||90 (Tied)||90 / 1957|
|Casper||92*||87 / 1994|
|Cody||90||88 / 1967|
|Lander||89||88 / 1994|
|Pinedale||82*||76 / 1994|
|Rock Springs||84||82 / 1969|
|Worland||91||90 / 2001|
* Temperature was the highest recorded so late in the season.