Upward Swing for Temperatures This Week
October 26th, 2020
After a massive snowstorm passed through over the weekend, temperatures across the Cowboy State were left bitterly cold heading into Monday. For most of us they are staying that way today, even with most of the state seeing the return of sunshine. For the southeastern portion of Wyoming, that sunshine will likely have to wait until Tuesday, as clouds from this weekend’s storm are expected to hang with us throughout the afternoon. But with that system moving out and high pressure moving in, multiple days of sunny skies are expected and temperatures will be responding accordingly.
Beginning tomorrow most of the state will see highs back in the 30s with a few locations cracking the 40 degree mark. The 40s will return for the rest of us come Wednesday, and some of us may see 50s by Thursday. Most if not all of Wyoming will be back in the 50s by Friday, just in time for Halloween. This bounce-back trend will continue through Halloween weekend and into next week, and sunshine is expected for pretty much that entire timeframe as well. For places not hit too hard by this last storm, all the snow should be melted by Halloween. For Southeast Wyoming which got slammed, most of it should be melted by then, but shady and low-lying areas will likely still have some icy snow left over.
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