A stretch of warm and dry weather will linger across Wyoming for the next few days. Temperatures will rise into the 70's for most areas, with partly to mostly sunny skies and fair conditions. Wednesday could bring a couple mountain showers to north and northwest regions
We will see improving weather conditions today and this weekend as our latest cold front moves out of the area and higher pressure builds overhead. However, there could be a few more additional light snow showers in far southeastern parts of the state this morning and visibility could also be reduced at times along I-25 and portions of I-80 (Nebraska state line to Rawlins) due to areas of patchy fog
A strong Canadian cold front will continue to push south today, which brings significantly colder and well below average temperatures. Daytime highs in northern Wyoming will stay in the 30's, 40's in central and southeastern Wyoming, and lower 50's in southwest parts of the state
A cold, early-season storm will push into northern parts of the state this evening and continue to dig south overnight into early Thursday morning. Expect increasing clouds and developing rain showers today for northern Wyoming as this storm system approaches the area
Subtropical moisture continues to flow into the area today, which will keep skies cloudy to mostly cloudy for much of the state. There will also be a chance for rain showers and a few thunderstorms, mainly in central and southern Wyoming
A cool front that crossed the region last night will make temperatures noticeably cooler and well below average throughout the state today. There will be a 20 to 25 degree temperature change from yesterday to today
Southwesterly winds will keep skies mostly sunny and conditions warm and mainly dry today. Winds, however, will be strong and gusty throughout the state as a cold front approaches the region. Most locations will see gusts as high as 40 mph, but some of the wind prone areas of I-25 (Chugwater to Wheatland and Glendo to Casper) and I-80 (Laramie to Rawlins) will see gusts between 40 to 50 mph
A weak ridge of high pressure will build over the region today, which will allow temperatures to become warmer and closer to average statewide. However, some lingering low-level moisture and daytime heating could trigger a few hit or miss thunderstorms for the afternoon and early evening hours
An upper-level low pressure system will move out of the state today, which will bring warmer and drier conditions to much of the state. The one exception will be in southeastern Wyoming, where we will see more clouds than sun and scattered rain showers
An upper-level low pressure system will cross through the state of Wyoming today. This weather system brings plenty of moisture to the region, which will make rain showers possible statewide. The best chance for rain showers will be in southeastern parts of the state, but heavy rain and minor flooding is expected statewide
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