CHEYENNE — Winds combined with frigid weather pushed temperatures way below zero in parts of Wyoming on Monday.
The National Weather Service said it felt like minus 42 near Skyline in Carbon County at 6:30 a.m.
In southeastern Wyoming, temperatures hovered between minus 10 and 20 early Monday. With the wind chill, it felt like 25 to 35 below zero in many areas.
In western Wyoming, the mercury dropped to minus 36 near Kemmerer and Big Piney overnight. Temperatures were also in the negative-30s in and around Pinedale, Bondurant and Cokeville.
Gillette’s low temperature over the weekend was minus 1 on Saturday night.