The plan, totaling some $3.5 billion, will involve significant upgrades to existing wind plants, construction of a 140 miles of transmission line in Wyoming and adding up to 1,100 megawatts of new wind projects -- primarily in Wyoming -- by the end of 2020.
Understatement: Wyoming wind can be brutal. Early March of 2017 saw some of the most intense winds Wyoming has seen in years. Highways have were shut down to high profile traffic and light trucks. Monday March sixth Douglas Wyoming asked people to just stay home...
The 70 mile per hour wind we had today was no joke! It even flipped a semi over earlier on Outer Drive! Maybe that's why Casper resident Jenny Dexter Clay decided to give us a tutorial on the proper way to enter and exit your vehicle in the wind.
With the wind hitting speeds upwards of 50 mph and the temperatures dropping to record lows (-30 degrees), the new argument has aroused of which aspect of Wyoming winter is the worst: the cold or the wind?