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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Cheyenne, WY
811 PM MDT THU SEP 1 2016

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

The meteorological summer (June through August) 2016 was warmer
and drier than normal overall for southeast Wyoming and the
western Nebraska Panhandle.

The following are temperatures and precipitation/departures (dep)
from normal:

Location High/Dep Low/Dep Mean Temp/Dep Precip/Dep

Wyoming
Cheyenne 83.2/+3.2 53.7/+0.9 68.4/+2.0 4.21/-2.27
Laramie 79.9/+3.1 46.1/+0.6 63.0/+1.8 3.11/-1.09
Rawlins 84.0/+3.9 47.1/-0.5 65.5/+1.7 0.33/-2.30

Nebraska
Alliance86.9/+2.053.4/070.1/+1.06.53/-0.37
Chadron 90.7/+4.0 55.7/+1.3 73.2/+2.64.95/-1.96
Scottsbluff89.5/+3.057.3/+1.773.4/+2.34.20/-1.78
Sidney 87.9/+0.9 55.9/-1.2 71.9/-0.14.82/-3.58

The following are the number of 90+ and 100+ degree days:

90+ Deg Days 100+ Deg days
Wyoming
Cheyenne 15 0
Laramie 1 0
Rawlins 16 0

Nebraska
Alliance 36 3
Chadron 51 15
Scottsbluff 495
Sidney 40 6

The following are the highest and lowest temperatures and date(s)
of occurrence:

Highest Temp/Date(s) Lowest Temp/Date(s)
Wyoming
Cheyenne 96/July 9 37/August 20
Laramie 91/June 21 33/June 1, August 20
Rawlins 96/June 21 31/August 20

Nebraska
Alliance101/June 2134/June 1
Chadron108/July 2038/June 1
Scottsbluff 104/July 20 42/June 1
Sidney 103/July 10 42/June 5, August 25

Note: Station normals based on 30-year period (1981-2010).

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