National Weather Service: Cheyenne Wind Chill Could Break Record
While record keeping for wind chills is not as meticulous as it is for high and low temperatures, officials with the Cheyenne Office of the National Weather Service say an approaching cold front may approach or smash the known wind chill records. Those records date back to 1947,
According to a post on the agency's Facebook page.
The post says in that time, the recorded wind chill has dropped below -50 only three times.
The current forecast is predicting a wind chill in Cheyenne 0f -51 for early Thursday morning. It's possible that the forecast wind chill may actually plunge below the all-time known Cheyenne record of -56, set in 1963.
The agency posted the following graphic: