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Winter Storm Impacting the Area through Tonight

Snow will continue across much of northern and central Wyoming into Saturday evening, and then taper off early Sunday morning. Be prepared for slick roads and areas of limited visibility this evening. Read More >

 

The March 2016 climate summaries for Big Piney, Buffalo, Casper, Greybull, Lake Yellowstone, Lander, Riverton, Rock Springs, and Worland are now available online.

March started warm and dry across western and central Wyoming, with only one significant storm affecting the state through the first week of the month. This trend changed by the middle of the month, when several storms brought cooler temperatures and much needed precipitation. This was punctuated by a potent storm during the last week of March which brought copius amounts of moisture to most of the state. This directly raised the mothly precipitation amounts into one of the wettest March's on record. See the links below for details for individual sites or click here for Water Year Precipitation summaries for more locations.

If you would like additional/more in-depth climate information, please refer to our Climate Page. Under the Observed Weather tab, you can find the Daily Climate Report (CLI), the Preliminary Monthly Climate Data (CF6), the Monthly Weather Summary (CLM), the Regional and State Summary (RTP/STP). The Daily Climate Report will have the weather data for the day (from midnight to 1159 pm). The Monthly Climate Data will have this data for each day of the month, compilying all the daily data into one form. The Regional and State Summaries will have temperature and precipitation data for various locations across the state, updated 4 times a day.

 

Big Piney

Buffalo

Casper

Greybull

Lake Yellowstone

Lander

Riverton

Rock Springs

Worland

 
A breakdown of where March 2016 ranks in the warmest and wettest categories.