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Climate & Temperatures

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Climate & Temperatures
Cheyenne, Wyoming is located deep in the interior of the North American continent, far from any moderating influence of oceans. Wyoming, therefore, has some long winters, but also some pleasant summers.
When traveling across the state, summer or winter, it's common to experience several climatic zones, due to the state's size and diverse topography.
Generally speaking, summer visitors can expect summer daytime temperatures to run in the 70s and 80s. Autumn is a pure delight. Most places will start to see snow in mid-September, but winter weather won’t start to stick until late November.
For most of the two months in between, the state enjoys a special season called Indian Summer, with warm days, cool nights and spectacular colors. It’s a delightful change-of-season experience.

Weather is one of the most pleasant and interesting things about living in Wyoming. Enjoy your trip to the Cowboy State. Bring a jacket.
On average, the warmest month is July.
The highest recorded temperature was 100°F in 1939.
On average, the coolest month is January.
The lowest recorded temperature was -34°F in 1936.
The maximum average precipitation occurs in May.



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