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Temperatures Warm Tomorrow Before Another Cold Front

Wednesday Evening Weather Update
Published: Apr. 21, 2021 at 7:25 PM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -

Temperatures remain cooler in the southern part of the state thanks to the blanket of cloud cover. The northern part of the state warmed up into the upper 40s and 50s with sunny skies most of the day. Tonight temperatures will bottom out in the low 20s and upper teens. Snow showers are on the radar for the southern part of the state pushing up from Colorado. Snow showers are likely this evening and tonight along the I-80 corridor with patchy fog. Snow accumulations will not be significant with a dusting up to an inch possible in Cheyenne.

Tomorrow temperatures will warm up due to high pressures in the state with sunny skies; however, a cold front will push south into the state tomorrow evening bringing cooler temperatures which will be felt Friday and snow/rain chances. Before the cold front rolls through temperatures will hit in the upper 40s and mid 50s for most areas around the state.

The moisture will start in the northern part of the state tomorrow midmorning into the afternoon and slow push south. Casper will see the moisture entering the city early Friday morning before the chance for precipitation decreasing for the afternoon hours. The moisture will arrive a bit later for the southern part of the state. Cheyenne will start to see it Friday midmorning into the early afternoon hours. As temperatures warm up Friday midday snow showers will turn into rain showers for the southern part of the state. Temperatures will top out on Friday between the upper 40s and low 50s.

By the weekend temperatures will rebound into the upper 50s and 60s on Saturday, and Sunday is even better with temperatures soaring into the upper 60s and 70s with mostly sunny skies! It will be a beautiful weekend so make sure to enjoy the warmth and sunshine!

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