Dino Dive 2022

Glen Rose Reporter
For some, the sixth annual Dino Dive at Dinosaur Valley State Park on Jan. 1, was more of a summer soak instead of a freezing float. An estimated 200 people braved the banks of the Paluxy River to ring in the New Year, but low temperatures generally expected for this time of year were replaced with abnormally high temps. At 2 p.m., temperatures were hovering at 74 degrees with wind gusts approaching 25 mph, while last year, the temperature was 39 degrees with a 15 mph wind, making it feel like 30 degrees. The balmy temps didn’t stay for long, however. Some four hours later temps were near freezing with the wind chill sending temps into the teens. By 9 p.m., Glen Rose was below freezing.
For some, the sixth annual Dino Dive at Dinosaur Valley State Park on Jan. 1, was more of a summer soak instead of a freezing float. An estimated 200 people braved the banks of the Paluxy River to ring in the New Year, but low temperatures generally expected for this time of year were replaced with abnormally high temps. At 2 p.m., temperatures were hovering at 74 degrees with wind gusts approaching 25 miles per hour, while last year, the temperature was 39 degrees with a 15 MPH wind, making it feel like 30 degrees. The balmy temps didn’t stay for long, however. Some four hours later temps were near freezing with the wind chill sending temps into the teens. By 9 p.m., Glen Rose was below freezing.
For some, the sixth annual Dino Dive at Dinosaur Valley State Park on Jan. 1, was more of a summer soak instead of a freezing float. An estimated 200 people braved the banks of the Paluxy River to ring in the New Year, but low temperatures generally expected for this time of year were replaced with abnormally high temps. At 2 p.m., temperatures were hovering at 74 degrees with wind gusts approaching 25 miles per hour, while last year, the temperature was 39 degrees with a 15 MPH wind, making it feel like 30 degrees. The balmy temps didn’t stay for long, however. Some four hours later temps were near freezing with the wind chill sending temps into the teens. By 9 p.m., Glen Rose was below freezing.
For some, the sixth annual Dino Dive at Dinosaur Valley State Park on Jan. 1, was more of a summer soak instead of a freezing float. An estimated 200 people braved the banks of the Paluxy River to ring in the New Year, but low temperatures generally expected for this time of year were replaced with abnormally high temps. At 2 p.m., temperatures were hovering at 74 degrees with wind gusts approaching 25 miles per hour, while last year, the temperature was 39 degrees with a 15 MPH wind, making it feel like 30 degrees. The balmy temps didn’t stay for long, however. Some four hours later temps were near freezing with the wind chill sending temps into the teens. By 9 p.m., Glen Rose was below freezing.
For some, the sixth annual Dino Dive at Dinosaur Valley State Park on Jan. 1, was more of a summer soak instead of a freezing float. An estimated 200 people braved the banks of the Paluxy River to ring in the New Year, but low temperatures generally expected for this time of year were replaced with abnormally high temps. At 2 p.m., temperatures were hovering at 74 degrees with wind gusts approaching 25 miles per hour, while last year, the temperature was 39 degrees with a 15 MPH wind, making it feel like 30 degrees. The balmy temps didn’t stay for long, however. Some four hours later temps were near freezing with the wind chill sending temps into the teens. By 9 p.m., Glen Rose was below freezing.
For some, the sixth annual Dino Dive at Dinosaur Valley State Park on Jan. 1, was more of a summer soak instead of a freezing float. An estimated 200 people braved the banks of the Paluxy River to ring in the New Year, but low temperatures generally expected for this time of year were replaced with abnormally high temps. At 2 p.m., temperatures were hovering at 74 degrees with wind gusts approaching 25 miles per hour, while last year, the temperature was 39 degrees with a 15 MPH wind, making it feel like 30 degrees. The balmy temps didn’t stay for long, however. Some four hours later temps were near freezing with the wind chill sending temps into the teens. By 9 p.m., Glen Rose was below freezing.
For some, the sixth annual Dino Dive at Dinosaur Valley State Park on Jan. 1, was more of a summer soak instead of a freezing float. An estimated 200 people braved the banks of the Paluxy River to ring in the New Year, but low temperatures generally expected for this time of year were replaced with abnormally high temps. At 2 p.m., temperatures were hovering at 74 degrees with wind gusts approaching 25 miles per hour, while last year, the temperature was 39 degrees with a 15 MPH wind, making it feel like 30 degrees. The balmy temps didn’t stay for long, however. Some four hours later temps were near freezing with the wind chill sending temps into the teens. By 9 p.m., Glen Rose was below freezing.
For some, the sixth annual Dino Dive at Dinosaur Valley State Park on Jan. 1, was more of a summer soak instead of a freezing float. An estimated 200 people braved the banks of the Paluxy River to ring in the New Year, but low temperatures generally expected for this time of year were replaced with abnormally high temps. At 2 p.m., temperatures were hovering at 74 degrees with wind gusts approaching 25 miles per hour, while last year, the temperature was 39 degrees with a 15 MPH wind, making it feel like 30 degrees. The balmy temps didn’t stay for long, however. Some four hours later temps were near freezing with the wind chill sending temps into the teens. By 9 p.m., Glen Rose was below freezing.
For some, the sixth annual Dino Dive at Dinosaur Valley State Park on Jan. 1, was more of a summer soak instead of a freezing float. An estimated 200 people braved the banks of the Paluxy River to ring in the New Year, but low temperatures generally expected for this time of year were replaced with abnormally high temps. At 2 p.m., temperatures were hovering at 74 degrees with wind gusts approaching 25 miles per hour, while last year, the temperature was 39 degrees with a 15 MPH wind, making it feel like 30 degrees. The balmy temps didn’t stay for long, however. Some four hours later temps were near freezing with the wind chill sending temps into the teens. By 9 p.m., Glen Rose was below freezing.
For some, the sixth annual Dino Dive at Dinosaur Valley State Park on Jan. 1, was more of a summer soak instead of a freezing float. An estimated 200 people braved the banks of the Paluxy River to ring in the New Year, but low temperatures generally expected for this time of year were replaced with abnormally high temps. At 2 p.m., temperatures were hovering at 74 degrees with wind gusts approaching 25 miles per hour, while last year, the temperature was 39 degrees with a 15 MPH wind, making it feel like 30 degrees. The balmy temps didn’t stay for long, however. Some four hours later temps were near freezing with the wind chill sending temps into the teens. By 9 p.m., Glen Rose was below freezing.
For some, the sixth annual Dino Dive at Dinosaur Valley State Park on Jan. 1, was more of a summer soak instead of a freezing float. An estimated 200 people braved the banks of the Paluxy River to ring in the New Year, but low temperatures generally expected for this time of year were replaced with abnormally high temps. At 2 p.m., temperatures were hovering at 74 degrees with wind gusts approaching 25 miles per hour, while last year, the temperature was 39 degrees with a 15 MPH wind, making it feel like 30 degrees. The balmy temps didn’t stay for long, however. Some four hours later temps were near freezing with the wind chill sending temps into the teens. By 9 p.m., Glen Rose was below freezing.
For some, the sixth annual Dino Dive at Dinosaur Valley State Park on Jan. 1, was more of a summer soak instead of a freezing float. An estimated 200 people braved the banks of the Paluxy River to ring in the New Year, but low temperatures generally expected for this time of year were replaced with abnormally high temps. At 2 p.m., temperatures were hovering at 74 degrees with wind gusts approaching 25 miles per hour, while last year, the temperature was 39 degrees with a 15 MPH wind, making it feel like 30 degrees. The balmy temps didn’t stay for long, however. Some four hours later temps were near freezing with the wind chill sending temps into the teens. By 9 p.m., Glen Rose was below freezing.