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Another Round Of Snow

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Published: Oct. 18, 2021 at 1:55 PM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -

This morning, the clouds from overnight and early morning continues to push towards the northeast. Since those clouds have pushed away, this afternoon has been really nice and with lots of sunny, clear skies. On the radar, the frontal system is beginning to form and is shown by the amount of clouds already beginning to move in from the southwestern corner.

More clouds are moving in from the southwestern corner.
More clouds are moving in from the southwestern corner.(Ashleigh Bryant)

Those clouds forming in the southwestern corner will push further into Wyoming this evening. By the overnight hours tonight, showers will beginning forming along the western border. Early tomorrow morning, rain and snow chance beginning in the southwestern corner of Wyoming. Into the afternoon, this system will rotate and push slightly northeast. this will bring that rain and snow chance into the center of the state, as well as the southeastern corner. Into tomorrow evening, snow will still around the eastern half of Wyoming before continuing to the northeast. Casper and Douglas are estimated to receive most of the snow from this system, which is estimated to be between 4-8 inches of snow. This system has brought Winter Weather and Winter Storm watches, warnings, and advisories that are staying in effect until Tuesday night.

There is a chance of snow in the southeastern corner tomorrow.
There is a chance of snow in the southeastern corner tomorrow.(Ashleigh Bryant)

Today, smoke is in light pockets throughout the southwestern corner and the rest of the state. As this frontal system moves into Wyoming, any smoke will clear out. Tuesday into Wednesday, smoke will be clear throughout the state.

Today is the heaviest smoke will be the beginning of this week.
Today is the heaviest smoke will be the beginning of this week.(Ashleigh Bryant)

Temperatures today are in the 60s and 70s. 70 degree temperatures are in the most southeastern corner. Overnight, a cold front will push into the state and quickly cool temperatures off. Tonight’s low temperatures are in the 30s and 40s statewide. Tomorrow’s high temperatures will not heat up much from these low temperatures tonight. High temperatures tomorrow will continue in the 30s and 40s. Temperatures will drop fast, but they will not stay cold for long this time around.

Tomorrow's high temperatures will look like tonight's lows.
Tomorrow's high temperatures will look like tonight's lows.(Ashleigh Bryant)

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