High pressure overhead will make for very warm to hot conditions across the state for the next few days.  Daytime highs will range from the mid 80s to the lower 90s in the

lower elevations, with 70s for the mountains.

This ridge is also pushing the storm track to the north.  So other than a few gusty thunderstorms mainly over the mountains, conditions look to stay mainly dry over the next couple of days.

Dry conditions are leading to an increased fire danger in some portions of the state.  Strong winds in portions of central and southeast Wyoming are adding to this concern.  A Red Flag Warning has been posted for southeast Wyoming through 6 PM this evening, and the Red Flag Warning for portions of central Wyoming is in effect through 9 PM.