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Frigid Temperatures Across Western and Central Wyoming
On January 6, 2004

An arctic front swept through Wyoming Sunday bringing the coldest
airmass of the season.  Skies were clearest this morning...allowing
the temperatures to reach their lowest yet. Here is an updated list of low
temperatures from around the area for January 6, 2004.
 
 
Location Low temperature on
January 6, 2004 (F)
Farson -32
Greybull -32
Worland -32
Bondurant -31
Clark -30
Boulder -29
Kirby -28
Big Piney -26
Lake Yellowstone -24
Hudson -23
Riverton 8 North -23
Wapiti -23
Cokeville -22
Moose -22
Powell Field Station -21
Shoshoni -21
Sixth Crossing -21
South Pass City -21
Sunlight Basin -21
Downtown Lander -20
Riverton Airport -20
Downtown Riverton -19
East Entrance Yellowstone -19
Jackson Airport -18
Lander Airport -18
Pavillion -18
Cody Airport -18
Pahaska -16
Pinedale 1 North -16
  -14
Buffalo Airport -13
Thermopolis -12
Afton -11
Star Valley Ranch -11
Casper Airport -9
Dubois -8
Rock Springs Airport -5
Evanston -2
Jeffrey City Zero

Thank you to all the spotters with their timely reports.

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