High pressure overhead will bring lots of sun and very warm to even hot temperatures to some portions of the state for the next two to three days. Daytime highs will top off in the 80s and 90s today through the weekend, with lows cooling into the 40s (for the higher elevations) and 50s
The conveyor belt of moisture coming up from the south will take a break for a few days. This will leave much of Wyoming with a drier ridge of high pressure overhead for the next several days. Thunderstorms will be hard to come by today through Saturday
The flow of moisture coming up from the south and southwest will continue to keep many portions of Wyoming in position for developing thunderstorms this afternoon and this evening. The Big Horn Mountains, central and eastern Wyoming look to be in the best position for thunderstorms
Expect increasing clouds today, as a low pressure system interacts with monsoon moisture and surface instability this afternoon. Temperatures will remain warm and comfortable, with highs mostly in the lower 80's
A nice flow of moisture coming from the south southwest will allow scattered thunderstorms to form across the state later today. The mountains and the western two thirds of the state look to be in the best position for thunderstorms and showers this afternoon and this evening
A good flow of moisture coming up from the south and southwest will allow for scattered thunderstorms to form across the state today and Saturday. Keep in mind that slow moving thunderstorms can produce heavy rain, small hail and strong, gusty winds
There will be enough moisture around today for a few isolated to widely scattered thunderstorms. The state's mountain ranges and areas along the eastern border look to be in the best position for thunderstorm activity today
Thunderstorms are back in the forecast for another day as moisture streams up from the south. Eastern Wyoming and the mountains will be in the best position for thunderstorm activity today. Temperatures will top off mainly in the 80s
A cold front moving in from Montana will bring showers and thunderstorms to the northern counties of Wyoming later today and this evening. Portions of northeast Wyoming could be in line for strong to severe thunderstorms capable of producing strong wind, heavy rain and hail
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