More available moisture and daytime heating will allow for a better chance of scattered thunderstorms in the eastern third of the state today.  Some thunderstorms will have the potential to turn strong to severe and contain damaging winds, frequent lightning and hail.  Isolated to scattered thunderstorms will be found around other areas of the state as well.  The Flash Flood Watch remains in effect for Sheridan County through late this evening.

Friday will feature continued warm temperatures in southeastern and central Wyoming with highs in the 80s.  A cold front will start to move through the state tomorrow, which will make for cooler conditions in the west and north.  Highs there will be range from the mid 60s to the mid 70s.  This particular front does not look like it will contain much moisture for us, but a few isolated thunderstorms still cannot be ruled out.