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Frigid Temperatures Invade the Cowboy State on February 12, 2004

A very cold airmass poured into Wyoming Wednesday night and
Thursday morning.  Overnight low temperatures plummeted under
mostly clear skies, with freezing fog forming in some of the lower
elevations in southwest Wyoming.  Overnight low temperatures for
February 12, 2004 are listed below:

 
Location Low temperature on
February 12, 2004 (F)
Grant Village (Yellowstone NP) -36
Sixth Crossing/Sweetwater Station -34
Snake River (Yellowstone NP) -29
Canyon (Yellowstone NP) -29
South Pass City -28
Lander (Downtown) -27
Hudson -27
Cokeville -26
Madison (Yellowstone NP) -26
Bondurant -25
Lamar (Yellowstone NP) -25
Lake Yellowstone -24
West Entrance (Yellowstone NP) -24
Old Faithful -23
Riverton (Downtown) -23
Worland -23
Martin's Cove -22
Moose -21
Pavillion -21
Jackson Airport -20
Jeffrey City -20
Pinedale -18
Afton -17
Farson -17
Tower (Yellowstone NP) -17
East Entrance (Yellowstone NP) -16
Shoshoni -15
Star Valley Ranch -15
Big Piney -14
Boulder -13
Riverton Airport -12
Rock Springs -12
Lander Airport -11
Thermopolis -11
Trail Lake Ranch -10
Dubois -9
Greybull -9
Sheridan -9
Evanston -7
Mammoth (Yellowstone NP) -7
Casper -6
Heart Mountain -6
Powell Field Station -5
Clark Fish Hatchery -5
Buffalo -4
Sunlight Basin -3
Cody -2

Thank you to all the spotters with their timely reports.

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