December 15, 2000 Arctic Blast

A strong arctic cold front brought snow, bitter wind chills and high wind the northeast Wyoming and western South Dakota Friday night and early Saturday.  Here are some details.

...ACROSS NORTHEAST WYOMING AS OF 300 PM MST...
CAMPBELL CO...
ECHETA 2NW 1 INCH OF SNOW WIND CHILL -61 DEGREES
GILLETTE 1 INCH OF SNOW WIND CHILL -50 DEGREES
ROZET 7SE 3 INCHES OF SNOW ZERO VISIBILITY FOR 4 HOURS
CROOK CO...
COLONY TRACE OF SNOW
BEAR LODGE WIND CHILL -66 DEGREES
HULETT 2W 1 INCH OF SNOW
MOORCROFT 3S TRACE OF SNOW VISIBILITY LESS THAN 1/4
MILE FOR 2 HOURS
WESTON CO...
ROCHELLE HILLS WIND CHILL -68 DEGREES
...ACROSS WESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA AS OF 300 PM MST...
HARDING CO...
BUFFALO WIND CHILL -70 DEGREES
CAMP CROOK WIND CHILL -66 DEGREES
LUDLOW WIND CHILL -67 DEGREES
PERKINS CO...
LEMMON TRACE OF SNOW WIND CHILL -66 DEGREES
ZIEBACH CO...
BEAR CREEK WIND CHILL -66 DEGREES
GLAD VALLEY WIND CHILL -64 DEGREES
MEADE CO...
FAITH WIND CHILL -63 DEGREES
ELLSWORTH AFB WIND CHILL -64 DEGREES
HAAKON CO...
PHILIP WIND CHILL -50 DEGREES
PENNINGTON CO...
RAPID CITY AIRPORT WIND CHILL -53 DEGREES
SHANNON CO...
PINE RIDGE WIND CHILL -56 DEGREES
BENNETT CO...
MAGPIE CREEK WIND CHILL -62 DEGREES
MARTIN TRACE OF SNOW ZERO VISIBILITY FOR 2 HOURS
MELLETTE CO...
WOOD TRACE OF SNOW ZERO VISIBILITY FOR 2 HOURS
TRIPP CO...
WINNER WIND CHILL -61 DEGREES
WFO UNR STAFF

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