Sun Is Here To Stay
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -
Last night, a system of heavy clouds and storms made its way through the southeastern corner of the Cowboy State. The air felt a bit cooler this morning after that system was able to move on out. Today, forecast is the opposite of yesterday. There are clear skies in the south with little to no clouds and very light clouds are moving across the northern border.
As the rainy system moves out, the smoke is able to sneak back across the state. Moderately heavy smoke will reach across to the eastern border today. Casper and Gillette will be a few of the places to experience those smoke conditions. As we continue into the weekend, the smoke will sink towards the southern border. By Saturday afternoon, a heavy smoke pocket will lay across the southern border. This will bring back harsh air conditions to places such as Rawlins and Cheyenne.
Some very light clouds will make a return to the southeastern corner this afternoon. They will not last long, as they will quickly clear out overnight and into the late afternoon of tomorrow. Tomorrow, during the early evening hours, there may be a very slight chance of showers and clouds in the most southeast portion of the corner.
Today, the high temperatures are going to be warm. Temperatures will range from the 70s in the northwest corner to the low 90s in the southeast corner. Cheyenne and Casper are both expected to reach high temperatures today of 88 degrees. Tonight, temperatures are forecast to cool into the range of 30s to low 50s. Much of the western half of the state will see the 30s and 40s, while the eastern side sees 40s and 50s. Tomorrow’s temperatures are going to be slightly cooler than today. Most of the state will see temperatures in the 70s to mid 80s. The southeast corner is going to be the location of some of the temperatures on the warmer end of that range.
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