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Strong Wind in Parts of the State, Precipitation in the Northwest

Strong, gusty southwest winds will continue to plague portions of Wyoming today.  Portions of the Big Horn Basin, central and south central Wyoming are under a  High Wind Warning through 6 PM this evening.  Wind in the warning area could gust to 60 mph at times.

Meanwhile, scattered showers or a rain/snow mix will be found in the northwest.  Much of the rest of the state looks to stay dry today.

The tight pressure gradient and jet streak overhead, causing the strong winds, will relax a bit on Tuesday.  It will be breezy tomorrow, but not as windy as today.  Once again the northwest will see a few light showers, with mainly dry conditions expected for the rest of the state.

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