Springtime instability will continue across the Cowboy state through the holiday weekend and Memorial Day.  Temperatures will warm up a little further for all regions, with high temperatures able to rise into the 70's.  Some parts of eastern Wyoming could see highs near 80 degrees by late Saturday.  Afternoon rain showers and thunderstorms will be able to develop, and will be most common across northern and northeast regions (especially the mountains), eastern and southeast Wyoming.  Strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible during the afternoon and evening hours, mostly across far eastern parts of the state.  Western and central areas will have a lower chance for isolated rain/thunderstorms and a little more sunshine to speak of.

A Flood Watch takes effect Sunday through Monday, for periods of heavy rain and thunderstorms expected across parts of Carbon Co., Albany Co. and Converse Co.  Recreational areas will be at risk for some flooding and possible flash flood situations across south-central and southeast Wyoming.

Temperatures will be a little cooler for Sunday afternoon (60's to 70's), then only to warm up again on Monday.  More scattered rain showers and isolated thunderstorms will be possible into Memorial Day, Monday, as well.