Highs in the 70s will be found across most lower elevations today with 60s in the mountains. Look for mostly sunny to sunny skies today across the state. This afternoon and evening will hold a chance of some strong to severe thunderstorm activity in eastern Wyoming
Conditions across Wyoming this Monday will be warm, sunny to mostly sunny and generally dry. Enjoy a very nice spring day! Tuesday will become windy across most of the state as a weak frontal system and small low pressure system pass across the state
With the warmest temperatures of the season coming up this week, snow melt over the state's mountains will continue to increasing flooding concerns. High temperatures across the state today and tomorrow will rise into the 70's and 80's
Temperatures will start to increase now this week, with warmer air in the 70's. Most areas across the state will see partial sunshine today. But more thunderstorms are likely this afternoon through evening
Springtime instability will continue across the Cowboy state through the holiday weekend and Memorial Day. Temperatures will warm up a little further for all regions, with high temperatures able to rise into the 70's
A moist and unstable atmosphere will lead to additional shower and thunderstorm activity this afternoon and evening. Showers and thunderstorms will be most likely across central, south-central, eastern and especially southeastern Wyoming
A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect for a large part of southeast Wyoming through tonight (Tuesday evening). Strong and severe thunderstorms will be likely, producing damaging hail and wind with heavy downpours at times
Much of the state will start to see an increasing chance for developing rain showers and thunderstorms as spring-time instability continues. Temperatures will rise into the 60's to 70's through the weekend, especially on Sunday
Temperatures will begin to turn cooler across the Cowboy state today (Tuesday) and through Thursday. A slow-moving cold front will allow for plenty of instability and moisture across western and eastern parts of the state
A frontal boundary will move over northern and western parts of the state today, bringing more clouds and the chance for developing showers and thunderstorms. Temperatures will begin to turn cooler, while winds increase as well
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