The recent spat of stormy weather across Wyoming will slowly ease over the next few days. There will be a fast moving weather system that will bring a chance for scattered rain and snow showers to the far western mountains and valleys tonight and Tuesday
The first strong storm of the season will impact Casper and the state today with strong winds and scattered rain and snow showers. Winds will be the strongest early in the day before dropping off this afternoon and tonight. Scattered rain
Temperatures will cool about ten degrees or so today as Pacific air begins to push into the region. On Thursday and Friday, expect much colder temperatures statewide along with increasing chances for showers and thunderstorms
We will squeeze in another beautiful day across the Cowboy State as warm high pressure will hold on for just a little longer. Expect sunny skies, above normal temperatures and breezy areas today. Temperatures will cool about ten degrees on Wednesday with a bigger drop in temperatures coming in late Thursday into Friday
The great weather we had over the weekend will continue into today and Tuesday. Expect more mild days and fair cool nights before some clouds increase across the region on Wednesday and Thursday. Still expect mostly dry conditions with only a few isolated showers expected at most
Mother nature will provide a great backdrop for aspen viewing and college football this weekend as a huge dome of high pressure will be in control. Expect mild days, cool nights and mostly dry conditions through the weekend. Super weather is expected for high school footb
Beginning today and lasting through the weekend expect sunny skies, mild temperatures and great weather for travel, aspen viewing and football! Expect mild days, clear, cool nights and mostly dry conditions!
After a frosty morning, expect sunny skies and fair, cool weather for the rest of today. It will not be as cold tonight, however, expect lows to drop into 30s and lower 40s. A very large area of high p
La Niña, which contributed to extreme weather around the globe during the first half of 2011, has re-emerged in the tropical Pacific Ocean and is forecast to gradually strengthen and continue into winter. Today, forecasters with NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center upgraded last month’s La Niña Watch to a La Niña Advisory.
Another cold front will pass through Wyoming tonight and early tomorrow morning bringing more cool air in from western Canada. High temperatures on Saturday will only reach the 60s and 70s on the plains with 50s and 60s in the mountains
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