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Winter weather conditions leave Wyoming with above-average precipitation, below-average snowpack, and a good chance but no guarantee of average spring runoff. The Natural Resources Conservation Service has released its Wyoming Water Supply Outlook for February 2022. The report is a hydrologic forecast based on the weather, climate, and snowpack across the state. Numbers in the…

December weather was varied in the Bighorn Basin, with several areas reporting varying amounts of precipitation and some of the warmest temperatures on record. Throughout December, the Bighorn Basin and the entirety of Wyoming were subjected to erratic winter weather. Record highs in early December gave way to near record lows by the end –in…

When it comes to devastating wind speeds, Clark continues to top the charts after another windstorm blew 118 mph winds thru the northwest Wyoming community. Fall 2021 has proven to be excessively windy, even by Wyoming standards. Already, numerous windstorms have been blowing Wyomingites around, leading to dangerous situations in communities and on state highways.…

If you don’t like the autumn wind, too bad. The National Weather Service is calling for winds as high as 75 m.p.h. in Park County for the next few days. So far, November 2021 has been warm and mild in Park County. But Sunday, Nov. 14, brought strong winds to northwest Wyoming. And the winds…

The ongoing fight against the 6,000-acre Crater Ridge Fire in Bighorn National Forest is making headway as fire activity slows while containment grows. Bighorn National Forest has made significant progress in its full suppression efforts for the Crater Ridge Fire. Thanks to lower temperatures and higher humidity, mitigation efforts are becoming more effective in curtailing…

The 6,000-acre Crater Ridge Fire in Bighorn National Forest is slightly less contained than it was last week, as the fight moves over the Montana state line. The Crater Ridge Fire continues to spread throughout the northern section of Bighorn National Forest. While fire activity is currently minimal, it’s still hot and still burning. When…

Despite mitigation efforts, the Crater Ridge Fire in Bighorn National Forest is over 4,000 acres and will likely keep burning until the year’s first heavy snow. As of Thursday, August 19, the Crater Ridge Fire is 4,343 acres. It remains 30% contained, as it has for the past two weeks. InciWeb describes the fire activity…

After a month, the Crater Ridge Fire has burned over 3,000 acres in Bighorn National Forest, with dry, windy weather aiding the flames rather than firefighters. The Crater Ridge Fire continues to burn through trees and tinder in Bighorn National Forest. As it moves into its fourth week, spotting flames are just as important as…

Showers and thunderstorms will (hopefully) bring much-needed relief to the Bighorn Basin while temperatures will drop over 30 degrees overnight. Cody, Worland, and the entire Bighorn Basin will experience a week of wild weather. As a result, residents should prepare for anything and everything over the next few days. According to the National Weather Service…

After so much heat and so little water, Bighorn Basin residents should brace for a new onslaught of weather this week – monsoons and flash floods. With drought conditions persisting throughout Wyoming, the Bighorn Basin will be getting a reprieve this week. But, unfortunately, forecasts suggest it might be too much of a good thing.…


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