Cool Down Starting Tomorrow
29 October 2021
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - After a warm day outside with mostly clear skies and a nice breeze, we can already start to see some signs of the cold front moving through. The northern regions of the state are starting to see clouds rolling in. This will continue into the overnight hours but won’t really be noticeable for the Casper region until tomorrow morning. Precipitation is possible, but won’t really come through until the late evening and overnight hours tomorrow. The first thing is that the highs tomorrow for the northern half of the state will be similar to the lows. Winds will be another one of the signs. After seeing windy conditions today with gusts reaching over 30 MPH, they will begin to calm down, but also come from the north.
That is also why temperatures will not be warming up all that much. The chance for snow will become prevalent more so on Sunday rather than Saturday. Much of it too looks to be sticking around the southern border of the state and coming from the west. As a result, accumulation amounts right now are below an inch for much of the state. Keep in mind, temperatures lately have been too warm for it to allow much to really settle anyway. My main concern will be the rain during the day and then freezing over once we hit the evening and overnight hours. Because of that and the breezy conditions still expected, I do suspect some delays if not any closures on the interstates and highways.
Tonight, conditions will stay mostly clear with the exception of the northernmost regions. Temperatures will still be on the warmer side, very similar to what we saw last night. Tomorrow, the state is split in half with the north staying the 40s for much of the day while the south, still unaffected by the cold front, will see highs in the mid to upper 50s. Clouds will be increasing for the north and staying mostly clear for the south. The chance for mixed precipitation will begin in the evening time, but chances stay relatively low until Sunday.
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