Record heat on Monday: Greybull hits 107 degrees, Worland 106
CASPER, Wyoming – Many locations in central and western Wyoming broke temperature records Monday, according to the National Weather Service (NWS) in Riverton.
The Wyoming Sun Belt regions naturally had the highest temperatures, with Greybull breaking the previous 2007 record of four degrees to 107. Worland hit 106, also breaking the previous 1998 record of four degrees.
Rock Springs, Riverton, Lander, Big Piney and Buffalo also set records.
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According to the NWS Daily Climate report, Casper peaked at 97 degrees. That’s seven degrees above normal, but below the record of 101 degrees set in 1998.
Temperatures are expected to cool to 80 degrees in most areas of the basin for the remainder of the week as cloud cover builds up and possible thunderstorms are forecast.
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