The Sun is Shining in Washakie County!

Washakie County, Wyoming, is located in the Big Horn Basin and is surrounded by mountains, shielding the area from extreme storms and wind. Washakie County also features more than 300 days of sunshine a year!
Washakie County is 4,298 ft. above sea level, averages 10.3 inches of rain and 35 inches of snow annually. In January the average low temperature is 7 degrees with and average high temperature in July being 89 degrees. The county only has 63 days annually of precipitation.