It has been uncommonly cold, even by Wyoming standards this week, which is why it's no surprise that Casper just broke a long standing temperature record.

The temperature this morning (Thursday, March 10th, 2022) reached -25° at the Casper–Natrona County International Airport, beating out the previously record all time March low of -21°, recorded back in 1965. In almost sixty years, that record had never been beaten.

The official US National Weather Service Riverton Wyoming Facebook page shared the news, along with the alarming graphic. With the photo, they included a message that read:

👀 The All-Time March low temperature record at the Casper Airport, was broken overnight. The previous record stood for nearly 60 years!! #wywx

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