Wyoming Weather

Do You Remember the 'Flood of 1978'?
39 years ago, one of the worst floods in Wyoming history began. It started with heavy rain on the morning of May 15, 1978, which later turned to snow.
As the storm spread, property damage was reported in 12 counties. Over 100 homes were destroyed, dozens of bridges and roads were flooded, and power w…
62 Years Ago: The Worst Snowstorm in Wyoming History
Folks here in Wyoming have seen some crazy storms over the years, but never one quite like this. 62 years ago, on April 3, 1955, heavy snow started falling in Sheridan...and it kept coming for three days.
24 hours into the blizzard, Sheridan had already received 26...
Five Awesome 'Life Hacks' For Wyoming Winter Weather
Wyoming winters can brutal, even for the most rugged mountain men. Luckily, there are a few awesome products that can help us survive the elements.
1. The Snow Ball Machine Gun - All is fair in love and war. This brilliant invention, crafted from an old leaf blower, will virtually guaranteed victory …
The Worst Winter Storms To Ever Hit Wyoming
It’s already been a cold, snowy winter here in the Cowboy State and we’re just getting started.
As Wyoming residents bundle up and brace for frigid temperatures this week, here’s a look back at five of the worst winter storms in the state&CloseCurlyQuot…
When Is It Too Cold To Wear Shorts in Wyoming? [POLL]
Welcome to Wyoming, one of the few places in America where people wear shorts in the wintertime.
Go to any store in the months of December through February and you are bound to see several folks in shorts and t-shirts. Plus, there's always that one guy rockin' flip flops with no socks...
The Five Coldest Jobs in the Cowboy State
As artic air engulfs the Cowboy State this week, just be thankful you're not one of these poor people.
Here's our completely unoffocial and totally subjection list of the five coldest professions in the Cowboy State today.
1. Park Rangers - Yellowstone National Park is the coldest place in t…

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