Fire Weather & Hot Temperatures highlight Wednesday continuing the heat wave saga!

HOT, Dry and, Fire Weather
Updated: Jun. 9, 2021 at 12:00 AM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - The Severe Weather & Storms push East tonight giving some relief to Eastern & South Eastern Wyoming Tuesday night. Cooler Temperatures will move in with low to mid 50s for much of the state and some areas in the South (Rawlins/Laramie) will be in the upper and low 40s.

A Mostly Clear to Clear night is in store for much of the state. For Wednesday, temperatures will continue being a scorcher for much of the state. 90s will remain in the forecast while southern areas will be in the mid-80s.

Fire Weather will be the big story for tomorrow as we have elevated fire conditions for the central and southern areas of Wyoming. As winds continue their breezy pacing and hot/dry conditions are prompted by the High Pressure system. This will be fuel for fire weather in Wyoming. So be careful with any outdoor or uncontained fires throughout the day. As uncontained fires could result in sparking up a wild fire.

Remember to hydrate, wear sunscreen if you are out in the sun, and, to keep yourself cool throughout the day as brutal temperatures will remain throughout Wednesday. DO NOT KEEP PETS OR CHILDREN IN THE CAR IN SUCH HOT TEMPERATURES AS THEY WILL LEAD TO VERY DANGEROUS AND EVEN FATAL RESULTS.

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