A Mild Start to November Then Turning a Bit Cooler
It will not feel much like November across the state today. Above average temperatures are expected with highs in the 40s in the northwest to the 60s and lower 70s in most other locations.
The wind will be strong this afternoon and early evening in east central and southeast Wyoming. A Red Flag Warning has been posted for those areas where west winds could gust to 30 mph at times.
It will turn a bit cooler on Friday and Saturday. An upper level area of low pressure and weak cold front will slip through the state Friday into Saturday morning. It will drag in somewhat cooler temperatures, but not much in the way of precipitation.
The northwest corner and northwest mountains will see mixed showers and some fresh snow later today and through the night. The rest of the state, however, will likely stay dry through Saturday.