The first week of 2017 has brought excruciating cold to much of Wyoming, and the temperature in Casper plummeted to a new record low Thursday morning.

The National Weather Service reports that Casper hit -25 F, breaking the previous daily record of -24 F set in 2014.

Tomorrow's record low is -27 F, set in 2010. Dayweather Meteorologist Don Day says we could get close to, or even break, that record.

Things improved considerably by 1 p.m. Thursday, with the temperature hitting 1 F. Wind chill at the Natrona County International Airport was reported at -19 F.

Thursday afternoon could see the temperature all the way up to 3 F, with wind chill values as low as -20 F.

Expect a low around -13 F Thursday night, with wind chill values as low as -35 F.

The graphic below, put together by the National Weather Service folks in Riverton, shows the coldest temperatures recorded across Wyoming overnight.

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