Scattered Showers and Storms Overnight Leave Tomorrow Cool
By: Jordan Frazier
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - We started off the day on the hot side with much of the eastern regions of Wyoming reaching the 90s with some places just a degree away from triple digits. That did not last long as the trough associated with a cold front moving through brought lots of thunderstorm activity, especially to northeast Wyoming. The Storm Prediction Center has Marginal and Slight warnings in place for much of the state, even through the evening hours. This means that there still is a chance for heavy rain, gusty winds, and some hail.
We had lots of severe thunderstorm warnings already and they aren’t expected to go away until overnight. Southern Wyoming should expect some showers going into the early morning hours, but they should clear up for much of the day just leaving some clouds behind. Northern Wyoming has the chance for isolated showers in the afternoon but nothing on the severe side like we saw earlier today.
Tomorrow will be much cooler due to the cold front moving through. Cheyenne can expect highs in the mid to upper 70s as the clouds will stick around for much of the day. Casper will hit the mid 80s as the cloud cover will not be as significant. Going into the rest of the week, we will be warming up into the 90s within a few days as the rain chances and cloud cover are much lower.
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