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More Active Weather Ramping Up

Tuesday Evening Weather Update
Updated: May. 11, 2021 at 8:52 PM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -

Those showers will slowly start to fizzle out tonight before more rain and storms are possible. A broad flatten ridge will start to enter the state tomorrow bringing warmer temperatures and chances for scattered rain and thunderstorms. With instability in the region tomorrow the best chances for seeing storms will be east of the Laramie Range. The strong storms will be able to produce 50mph winds and pea size hail. Severe threat with these storms are low but if you hear thunder roar go indoors! Temperatures will increase into the upper 50s for Cheyenne and low 60s for Casper tomorrow with the clouds finally exiting the region. The northwesterly flow will allow the state to have chances for storms and rain showers each day, but they will be scattered in nature. This trend could spill over into the weekend; however, long range models are signal a low pressure system that could bring another round of significant widespread moisture to the state.

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