Warm and Dry from March through July

 July 2012 ranked as one of the warmest on record for stations across west and central Wyoming.  Most locations had a very warm and dry Spring, and this trend has continued through the Summer. 
 

Tables:


July 2012 Monthly Climate Summaries:

Supplemental Climate Information:

Maps:

 
 July 2012 Average Temperature and Rank for Selected Stations (airports)
Station July 2012 Average Temperature (F)
  / Rank
Warmest July / Year
Period of Record  
Casper      75.2 / 3rd Warmest      76.1 / 1954 1939-2012  
Lander      75.5 / 4th Warmest      75.9 / 2003, 2006 1892-2012  
Rock Springs      72.0 / 6th Warmest      74.1 / 2003 1948-2012  
Worland      78.1 / 2nd Warmest      78.3 / 1966 1960-2012  
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July 2012 Departure from Normal Temperature (F) - Wyoming  
July 2012 - Departure from Normal Temperature (F) - Wyoming  
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 Daily Record Highs Set in July 2012  
 
 Station
 July 2012 Daily Record High Temperature (F)  / Date
 Old Record High Temperature (F) / Year
 Period of Record
 
Casper     100 / 1st      99 / 2001 1939-2012  
       99 / 3rd       98 / 2011    
       99 / 20th (tie)      99 / 2005    
Lander      99 / 1st      97 / 2001 1892-2012  
       98 / 19th (tie)      98 / 2006    
Riverton     100 / 1st      98 / 2001 1999-2012  
Rock Springs      95 / 1st      94 / 2001 1948-2012  
Worland     104 / 1st      99 / 1960 1960-2012  
      103 / 3rd     100 / 1961    
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July 2012 Precipitation (in) - Wyoming  
July 2012 Precipitation  
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July 2012 Percent of Normal Precipitation (%) - Wyoming  
July 2012 Departure from Normal Precipitation - Wyoming  
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 March - July 2012 Average Temperature and Rank for Selected Stations (airports)  
Station March - July 2012 Average Temperature (F) / Rank Warmest March - July Period / Year Period of Record
 
Casper                      
      57.6 / 2nd Warmest
   57.8 / 1994
1939-2012
 
Lander       58.4 / Warmest
   57.0 / 1988 (previous record)
1892-2012
 
Rock   Springs       
      55.6 / Warmest
   54.4 / 2007 (previous record)
1948-2012
 
Worland       59.8 / 2nd Warmest
   60.0 / 1988
1960-2012
 
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May - July 2012 Departure from Normal Temperature (F) - Wyoming  
May-July 2012 Departure from Normal Temperature (F) - Wyoming  
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Mar - May 2012 Departure from Normal Temperature (F) - Wyoming  
March - May 2012 Departure from Normal Temperature (F) - Wyoming  
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     March - July 2012 Precipitation and Rank for Selected Stations  
Station March - July 2012 Precipitation (inches) / Rank Driest March - July Period / Year Period of Record  
Casper       4.38 / 9th Driest
   3.03 / 1960
 1939-2012  
Lander       3.34 / 5th Driest
   2.23 / 2006
 1892-2012  
Riverton       1.96 / 5th Driest
   1.40 / 1994
 1907-2012  
Rock Springs       2.12 / 2nd Driest
   2.02 / 1979
 1948-2012  
Worland       1.71 / Driest
   2.04/ 2007 (previous record)
 1960-2012  
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May - July 2012 Precipitation (in) - Wyoming  
May - July Precipitation (in) - Wyoming  
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May - July 2012 Departure from Normal Precipitation (in) - Wyoming  
May - July 2012 Departure from Normal Precipitation (in) - Wyoming  
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May - July 2012 Percent of Normal Precipitation (%) - Wyoming  
May - July 2012 Percent of Normal Precipitation (%) - Wyoming  
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 March - May 2012 Precipitation (in) - Wyoming  
March - May 2012 Precipitation (in) - Wyoming  
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March - May 2012 Departure from Normal Precipitation (in) - Wyoming  
    March - May 2012 Departure from Normal Precipitation (in) - Wyoming  
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March - May 2012 Percent of Normal Precipitation (%) - Wyoming  
March - May 2012 Percent of Normal Precipitation (%)  
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