Believe it or not, when it comes to precipitation, Wyoming is about as dry as it gets. In both summer and winter, The Equality State is almost equally devoid of precipitation, ranking no lower than seventh on the list of driest in the country, maxing out at about 2.5 inches between May and June (and ranking just third overall on a yearly basis). But that doesn't mean residents and visitors don't experience rainy days, it just means they don't happen as often or stay as long as they do in other parts of the country. But when they appear, you'll still need things to do, which is why we're here, to give you some clever ways to overcome the elements and enjoy your days regardless, so you'll never lose your date with the Cowboy State.
Wyoming may not see a ton of rainy days, but when they do finally appear, it can be hard not to feel discouraged if you have outdoor plans looming. But realistically, it's no reason to fret. Wyoming has plenty of activities and natural beauty to enjoy even if you don't want to get soaked. All it takes is a little extra planning and a few extra pieces of gear and you and your dog will be on your way to having a great (even if rainy) day.