Weather makes transition to cool and moist conditions (Wyoming)

Wyoming experienced near normal temperatures for the week ending Oct. 9, according to USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service, Mountain Regional Field Office, Wyoming. Sixteen of the 33 reporting stations reported below average temperatures for the week, 12 stations had above normal, and 5 stations were at normal. The high temperature of 87 degrees was recorded at Greybull and a low of 20 degrees was recorded at Old Fort Laramie. Above normal moisture was reported at 18 of the 34 reporting stations. One reporting station (Greybull) had no moisture. Evanston reported the most moisture with 1.71 inches. A reporter from western Wyoming reported that they getting good moisture with no flooding. A reporter from south central Wyoming noted that the weather has been mostly dry and warm till the end of the week when it turned cooler and damper. A reporter from southeastern Wyoming indicated that the weather transitioned from warm and dry to cool and moist but not enough to keep fieldwork from being done.