CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead, a climate-science skeptic from the nation's top coal-producing state, says he could be wrong about the causes of global warming but is arguing for cleaner technology to burn coal rather than trying to eliminate its use
I came across an article on movoto.com that has a series of photos taken in Wyoming. While many people (mostly new-arrivals) complain about our weather and lack of people, technology, etc., I love this state.
Yesterday afternoon a weather system brought a number of warnings and advisories to the central portions of Wyoming. As one of the cells passed by Riverton, the husband of a National Weather Service Meteorologist caught this tornado touching down north of Riverton, Wyoming at about 2PM on Tuesday, May 6th, 2014
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