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Cool Temperatures Today Lead to A Heat Up Tomorrow

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Published: Jul. 6, 2021 at 11:45 AM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -

The rain showers that came through last night and early this morning brought along cooler temperatures. This system of rain allowed the state to get one more day of cooler temperatures before cranking the heat back up. Across the state, we are feeling comfortable today. High temperatures are forecasted to be in the 80s for majority of the state today. Cities in the north and central part of the state are seeing temperatures in the lower 90s. Winds coming in from the north are also helping the temperatures feel slightly cooler as well.

After a system of rain came through the state last night, high temperatures are forecasted to...
After a system of rain came through the state last night, high temperatures are forecasted to be slightly cooler today.(Ashleigh Bryant)
Winds coming from the north are pulling in cooler air, which is helping to keep things feel...
Winds coming from the north are pulling in cooler air, which is helping to keep things feel comfortable today.(Ashleigh Bryant)

This cool down is only expected to last through today. Tomorrow begins the heat up that we have been anticipating. Temperatures will quickly start rising into the upper 80s and 90s, as this week continues to progress. Most of the state is forecasted to be in the low to mid 90s for high temperatures tomorrow. Winds will bringing in warm and dry air from the south and the southwest. With the winds bringing the warmth, it will enhance the hot feeling brought on by the already hot temperatures. Keep in mind to stay hydrated and protected from the sun over the next several days. It will be hot and sunny.

Tomorrow's forecast expects temperatures to begin rising quickly. Winds from the south and...
Tomorrow's forecast expects temperatures to begin rising quickly. Winds from the south and southwest bringing in the warmer and drier air. The warm and dry air will make it feel extra warm outside.(Ashleigh Bryant)

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