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Snow Contest Looking For Your Predictions
Every year we get together with our friend Don Day of Dayweather Inc. and invite you to predict the weather. What we are looking for is your prediction for the first snowfall in Casper for 2012. All you have to do is hit the button below and give us the date that you think snow […]
Days Lengthen As Winter Begins [AUDIO]
Today was the shortest day of the year, the winter solstice. In a Thursday interview, Meteorologist Don Day explains that even though the days are getting longer, this is also the time of year when the time difference from one day to the next is the smallest. Winter solstice: “Right now, on t…
Tuesday Forecast With Don Day [AUDIO]
Tuesday was hot with afternoon winds as a weather front pushes warm air into the state. Wednesday, the last day of August, will also be the last warm day in advance of the cooler weather due to arrive midday Thursday. Tuesday forecast with Don Day:
Tuesday Forecast With Don Day [AUDIO]
A cold front moderated temperatures to a pleasant, calm day, just reaching about 80 degrees. The thunderstorms will stalk the mountainous areas along the I-80 corridor in southern Wyoming, but skies will clear even more and Wednesday is expected to be warmer. Tuesday forecast with Don Day:
Monday Forecast With Don Day [AUDIO]
Monday started the work week warm, reaching 90 degrees in some places, with scattered thunderstorms moving in during the evening. Tuesday is expected to be a little cooler, middle to upper 80s, with a decreased chance of thunderstorms. Monday forecast with Don Day:  
Weekend Forecast With Don Day [AUDIO]
Beautiful weather for Friday, warm in the 80s and skies clear even of those pesky late-day thunderstorms. And the weekend is going to continue with warmth and clears skies. Weekend forecast with Don Day:
Thursday Forecast With Don Day [AUDIO]
Thursday was a typical day for this time in August, warm days, mild nights, clear skies but for the distant thunderstorms. The chance of late day thunderstorms diminishes even more for the next few days, with the drier air allowing for cooler nights. Thursday forecast with Don Day:

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