The flow of moisture coming up from the south and southwest will continue to keep many portions of Wyoming in position for developing thunderstorms this afternoon and this evening.  The Big Horn Mountains, central and eastern Wyoming look to be in the best position for thunderstorms.  Temperatures will top off in the 70s and 80s.

The flow of moisture takes a bit of a break on Thursday and Friday.  Only isolated thunderstorms, if any, are expected along the state's eastern border and in the higher elevations.  Elsewhere sunshine will be the main weather feature.  Temperatures will start to bump up a bit as well.  Most locations will see highs in the 80s, with 70s for the mountains.  Some areas around Sheridan and in the Big Horn Basin will see highs climb into the 90s.