November Off to a Hot Start
November 2nd, 2020
October finished off with a warming trend that led into Halloween before a slight cold front cooled things off on the spooky holiday. It may as well have never happened however, as Sunday resumed the warming trend heading into today. Now some record high temperatures could fall early on this week as many locations across Wyoming climb into the 70s. These warm conditions are expected to last throughout the work week. For people who have to stand in long lines on Tuesday to go vote in the general election, better conditions could not be asked for: mostly sunny skies with highs in the 70s and little wind outside of places like Casper and Rawlins.
While these warm conditions are definitely nice after a snowstorm brought 14 inches of snow to Cheyenne last weekend, our next potential weather maker is in sight for this weekend. A steep cool-down will arrive with the next system this weekend as well, and high temperatures to start the next work week look to be in the 20s. So this week’s warmth should allow all the snow to melt just in time for the next system to arrive. It’s hard to tell exactly what this will bring us right now, but it does not look as big as the last storm was. More will become clear about it as the week goes on.
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