Fall is Back
29 September 2021
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - The cold front has made it’s way across the entire state today and we are seeing the rain and clouds stick around, as well as the temperatures continuing to drop. The lows that we were predicting didn’t take place just after sunrise, like they normally do, rather it’ll be later tonight around 11. Good news is the smoke is dissipating as we make our way into the evening hours. This is from the rain and snow that we are continuing to see overnight and will help wash away much of it. The forecast unfortunately shows it starting to grow again by late tomorrow evening after all the rain goes away.
Even though the front is gone, it still left much of the state with overcast skies and the central regions of Wyoming with the band of rain and snow stretching from the southern to the northern border. Much of the rain and the clouds will move out by tomorrow afternoon. According to our surface map model, it looks like another cold front is going to make it’s way over from the Pacific Northwest. This one is not projected to be strong and will dissipate entirely by the time it makes it to the northwest corner of the state near Yellowstone.
As a result, temperatures will begin warming up once again, but only staying in the seasonable range. I do not see too many temperatures in the 10-day getting over low 80s if even, so it looks like fall is back and it is here to stay. Tonight, expect the chill to begin early on as I mentioned before, with the chance for scattered showers too. Tomorrow, it’ll begin on the cloudy side, then the sun will begin peaking through by the afternoon hours. Highs around the state will be in the 60s. Other than that, there are no significant warm ups or cool downs in the foreseeable future.
Copyright 2021 Wyoming News Now. All rights reserved.