Labor Day Weekend will remain hot, then the holiday will see a snowy change.

Published: Sep. 5, 2020 at 7:24 PM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - Record breaking heat headlined Saturday across the cowboy boy state. In addition, Fire weather warning’s have been in place until Saturday 8 p.m. and Watches until Sunday 8 p.m. Cool temperatures will roll in tonight to add some relief. However, they will not be as cool as we’ve had throughout the week.

Sunday: Continuing the heat streak winds will start to ramp up.

Important: Labor day, we will start off Warm in Southern regions of the state. Casper is looking to be in the cooler end on Monday with the cold air coming from Canada. According the Euro readings, The storm that is rolling is bringing precipitation to Northern Wyoming early Monday morning. Transitioning into a wintry mix at night then snow throughout Tuesday morning and afternoon. With the GFS, rain will move in earlier however it will take longer for the rain to turn into snow. Looking for wintry mix and snow to accumulate early Tuesday morning but will stick around in the later hours of Tuesday in Cheyenne.

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