Showers And Thunderstorms Continue In The Southeast, Warmer And Drier Elsewhere
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. Expect light to moderate rainfall across southeastern Wyoming into the afternoon and early evening. Winds could also be strong and breezy at times, especially for central and southern portions of the state. Wind gusts will be between 15 to 25 mph along parts of I-80 (Nebraska state line to Rawlins) and I-25 (Colorado state line to Casper). Temperatures in northern and western Wyoming will be very mild and close to normal with daytime highs in the upper 70′s and 80′s, while cooler than normal temperatures continue for the rest of the state with daytime highs in the upper 60′s to mid 70′s. There will be a chance for hit or miss thunderstorms throughout the state on Friday.