Cool start to the new week with chances of isolated light snow

Published: Mar. 22, 2021 at 12:04 AM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - Cooler air will keep temperatures in the mid to upper 30s in SE Wyoming with the Northern region aiming for the lower 40s. Isolated snow showers are slightly possible in Cheyenne and Casper Monday, with a strong chance of seeing snow in Casper Tuesday night as a Low looks to move in influencing precipitation through much of Wyoming. Snow chances will also be stronger Tuesday night for Cheyenne, as the week progresses, temperatures will be stable on the cooler end of the spectrum. Once we pass the mid-way point, temperatures looking to gain a bit of heat heading into the 40s and for some areas around the state reaching into the 50s looking into the weekend.

Expect Monday to be partially sunny in Cheyenne with a light breeze. Chance of snow are still low but are possible, as for Casper, sunshine will rule the skies with a bit of a stronger breeze throughout the day but still manageable. Snow chances will be a bit stronger for Monday night but a better chance remains on Tuesday night.

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