A trough of low pressure over the western half of the country is bringing frigid temperatures to the entire area. Temperatures across the Cowboy State will remain at well below average levels for the next several days
Icy cold temperatures have moved into the state and they will not be moving out any time soon. The dense, very cold air mass will stay in place through at least early next week. That means air temperatures will only make it into the single digits in most areas with overnight lows plummeting into the single digits and teens below zero at night
A nice day is expected on this Thanksgiving Holiday. High pressure overhead will continue to bring partly to mostly sunny skies. Temperatures will rise into the 40's and possibly into the lower 50's for some locations in eastern and southeast Wyoming
With high pressure still in place, the weather across the state will not change much from day to day. Conditions are expected to stay dry today through Saturday. Do be aware, however, of some stronger winds out of the west to southwest today and then again Friday
High pressure will continue to dominate our weather for the next several days. No storm systems or fronts are expected now through Friday. Therefore, expect mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies and dry conditions
Cool temperatures start the work week, across eastern and southeastern Wyoming. Expect today's daytime temperatures to reach into the upper 30's and low 40's by the afternoon. Winds will be light to breezy with no significant gusting expected
Cold and below normal temperatures will linger over eastern and southeast Wyoming today. Most of the moisture and snow showers will have moved south into Colorado, but there will be enough moisture into southern Wyoming to provide some cloud-cover
As expected, a very strong cold front has brought a very cold surge of air to the state. Most areas will not get out of the single digits and teens today, with only a few 20s here and there for daytime highs
Today will feature mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies statewide. However, the settled weather will not last too much longer. Moisture coming up from the south will bring southern and portions of western Wyoming some scattered mixed showers for the lower elevations and snow for the high country this evening and tonight
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