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By Karla Pomeroy
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Lander breaks 102-year-old record high

WORLAND — A few western cities set records in Wyoming on Thanksgiving Day but Worland was not one of them. Lander broke a 102-year-old record with a high of 68 Thursday, breaking the 1915 record of 65, according to the National Weather Service office in Riverton. Riverton set a record of 62, breaking the old record of 57.

 

November 25, 2017



WORLAND — A few western cities set records in Wyoming on Thanksgiving Day but Worland was not one of them.

Lander broke a 102-year-old record with a high of 68 Thursday, breaking the 1915 record of 65, according to the National Weather Service office in Riverton.

Riverton set a record of 62, breaking the old record of 57.

Buffalo also set a record of 65, breaking a 2006 record of 60.

Worland had a high of 55, 8 degrees cooler than the record of 63 set in 1988.

Thermopolis had a high of 68. According to the NWS, official records are not kept in Thermopolis.

There were also some high wind g...



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