Rain is Mostly Gone, But Will Cool Temperatures Stick Around?
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - The last bit of rain is still lingering in the southern portions of the state after the passage of the cold front this weekend. Those showers will push further south as the night goes on, but some of those clouds will still stick around. Wind will also begin to wind down as well once those storms move out. Tonight, much of the state will be in the upper 40s and lower 50s, a much cooler and more seasonable night than what we saw last week.
By tomorrow, it will begin to warm up again. The northern portions of the state will get into the upper 80s as the lack of cloud cover and precipitation will allow the sun to warm up the ground faster. The southern portions will begin to see increasing cloud cover into the afternoon hours with a scattered shower. Most of the rain will remain near the Wyoming and Colorado border. We don’t expect to see any kind of severe weather as the Storm Prediction Center only has a general thunderstorm risk for the southern tip of the state.
The cool weather won’t last long, especially for the north of the state as the dry weather will dominate the region bringing up temperatures throughout the week until this weekend where some places could be celebrating Independence Day in the lower 90s.
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