UPDATED 3/25: Record High Temperatures Continue

Wind River Basin
Photo courtesy Reid Wolcott, NWS Riverton

Warm southwest flow continued to bring warmer than normal temperatures to the Cowboy State Sunday, breaking high temperature records for the fourth day in a row across central Wyoming. A cold front will push across the state Monday, bringing much cooler temperatures. However, record highs may be possible across eastern Wyoming ahead of this front.

LOCATION OBSERVED HIGH PREVIOUS RECORD
THURSDAY - MARCH 22, 2012
Riverton (Airport)
66°F 62°F in 2009
FRIDAY - MARCH 23, 2012

Casper (Airport)

76°F 73°F in 2004

Lander (Airport)

75°F 71°F in 2004

Riverton (Airport)

75°F 72°F in 2004
Riverton (Downtown) 77°F 74°F in 2004
Worland (Airport)
78°F 73°F in 1993
SATURDAY - MARCH 24, 2012
Lander (Airport)
70°F 69°F in 2004
Riverton (Airport)
69°F
69°F in 2004
Riverton (Downtown) 73°F 72°F in 1993
SUNDAY - MARCH 25, 2012
Casper (Airport) 74°F 71°F in 2007
Lander (Airport)  73°F  70°F in 1956
Riverton (Airport)  73°F  70°F in 2007
Riverton (Downtown)  76°F  75°F in 1910
Rock Springs (Airport) 67°F  66°F in 1956


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