Earlier this week, Sheridan experienced a cold front that left many residents baffled as they shivered through the early morning hours.
Horticulturists were especially worried about their newly planted gardens overnight on Tuesday, when the area reached a new record low of 32 degrees. Meteorologist with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Billings, Joe Lester:
While the low is an anomaly, Lester says it's not worrisome.
The forecast suggests the area will warm up to normal summer temperatures by the end of the week.