A vigorous cold front is approaching Wyoming from the northwest. Clouds will fill into western Wyoming through the afternoon, with showers and then a rain/snow mix to all snow to follow. The mixed showers and wet snow will mainly be found in the mountains and in the higher elevations of the northwest
There will still be some pockets of strong wind throughout the state today, especially in central Wyoming and along wind prone areas of I-80, mainly around Elk Mountain and Arlington. Other than the wind, conditions will be rather quiet and temperatures will warm up nicely and top off in the 60s and 70s
A cold front exiting the state early Monday has brought wind and rain to the east. Strong, gusty winds are also being found in southern and northeastern portions of the state. The front will leave behind some cool conditions as well
Mother Nature will be bringing some great looking September weather to the Cowboy State for the next few days. Expect more sunshine than anything today and Saturday. Temperatures will respond nicely and top off in the 60s and 70s with a few lower 80s possible as well
The latest cold front has pushed off to our south. It has left the state with a dry, stable air mass overhead. Today's weather will be rather quiet, but on the cool side. Temperatures will top of mainly in the 50s and lower 60s
A cold front will make its way through the Cowboy State today. Scattered showers will be found along the front. There may be a few thunderstorms in central and southeastern Wyoming later today too, as that is where the warmer temperatures will be found
The fall like weather with cool conditions and rain will continue across many portions of the state. Rain showers will be the most prevalent in the east, especially in the southeast, today. The southeast, including the city of Laramie, is under a Flood Watch. Be a
The cool, moist air mass that has been around for the past few days will be staying in place into the near future. Cloud cover, especially in southern Wyoming, has held temperatures back and will continue to do so
Strong high pressure will stay in control of the state's weather through the weekend. Temperatures will continue to soar into the 80s and 90s, with a few 70s for the high country. Overnight lows will be mainly in the 50s and lowers 60s, with 40s for the mountains
A quiet start to the day across the Cowboy State will be replaced by some thunderstorm activity later on. Once again, the most abundant moisture will be found in the western third of the state. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will develop in the west this afternoon with some of them heading further east as the day wears on
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