Warmer Temperatures, Isolated Thunderstorms & Flooding Concerns Continue
With the warmest temperatures of the season coming up this week, snow melt over the state's mountains will continue to increasing flooding concerns. High temperatures across the state today and tomorrow will rise into the 70's and 80's. Isolated thunderstorms will still be possible during the afternoon and evening hours, mostly over central and eastern Wyoming Tuesday and again Wednesday.
National Weather Service Flood Watches are posted for a large area across the northwest (Yellowstone Nat'l Park, Park Co., Fremont Co., Hot Springs Co.), northwest mountains, Wind River Range and across southeast and south-central Wyoming (Carbon and Albany counties).