A Bit Chilly Today
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -
A system pushed through last night, which caused yet another shift in the weather. A cold front with leading showers made its way through the state last night. The rain and clouds that contributed to the front are still lingering today. The skies are filled with clouds, and scattered showers are making appearances throughout the state today.
These showers are going to move through the state, as the system continue pushing to the southeast. The bulk of the showers came through last night. Today’s showers are a result of secondary showers. Scattered showers will reach the southeastern corner this evening. The rain chance will last through the night before clearing out overnight and into tomorrow.
The smoke is heaviest along the southern border today, with most of the heavier pockets within the southeastern corner. Along the northern border, smoke conditions are very clear. By Tuesday afternoon, the entire state will be clear of smoke conditions. There is a chance a few light pockets will move in and out throughout the day on Tuesday.
There are a few different types of watches and warnings beginning to make their way into the Cowboy State today. Early this morning, there was a Freeze Warning along the southern border. That warning expired at 8AM, this morning. There is an Air Quality Warning in the northwestern corner. The Air Quality Warning is in effect until 1PM on Monday (today). The last area to mention is a Freeze Watch across the southern half of the state. The Freeze Watch is in effect until 8AM Tuesday morning.
With the front and rain that is continuing to move through, temperatures today are quite chilly. High temperatures are ranging from the 40s to lower 60s today. Compared to the weekend, those temperatures are a bit of a drop. Temperatures tonight will continue cooling. Low temperatures will be in the 20s and 30s across the state. Tomorrow’s temperatures will increase slightly from today’s. High temperatures tomorrow will range in the 60s and 70s.
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