South Pass

NOTICE There is an issue with the rain gauge at this station. Precipitation data is currently unavailable. The Wyoming DEQ-Air Quality Division and its contractor are working to repair the gauge. This message will be removed, and the affected parameter will be enabled for public viewing when the gauge is reinstalled and properly functioning, likely on February 19th.
Air Quality Information
1 Hour Average
46 ppb
8 Hour Rolling Average
49 ppb
Nitrogen Dioxide
1 Hour Average
0 ppb
Particulate Matter PM2.5
24 Hour Rolling Average
1 µg/m 3
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Temperature 15 o F
Relative Humidity 58 %
Wind Speed 17 mph
Wind Direction SW
Ideal Conditions
Quick Facts

  • The South Pass station began monitoring in May 2006.
  • The monitoring objective for the South Pass station is to monitor background air quality and meteorological data in an area which sees air masses from both the Upper Green River Basin to the northwest and from the southwestern corner of the State.
  • The South Pass Station is the highest State run monitoring station in Wyoming, at an elevation of 2,526 meters (8,287 feet).

Last Updated on 2/23/2019 2:03:38 PM