Wind Chill of -56 F Reported in Albany County, -36 F in Laramie
Dangerous wind chills will remain throughout southeastern Wyoming through Friday morning.
Wind chill warnings issued by the National Weather Service in Cheyenne are in effect for all of southeastern Wyoming and the Nebraska Panhandle through mid-morning Friday.
Frostbite, hypothermia and even death are very real risks for anyone out and about tonight through Friday morning. Stay inside if you can, and bring your pets inside if at all possible.
If you must go outside, dress appropriately and do not leave skin uncovered.
Be sure children are dressed for conditions if you’re sending them to school tomorrow.
Here’s a look at area wind chills as of roughly 7 p.m. Thursday, courtesy of the National Weather Service in Cheyenne’s Facebook page.