Advertisement

Another Wet Day

(KGWN)
Published: Nov. 2, 2021 at 1:55 PM CDT
Email This Link
Share on Pinterest
Share on LinkedIn

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -

It has been a wet and gloomy couple of days here in the Cowboy State. The week and the month started off with snow. Now, the system is trying to push East, which is leaving rain/snow showers behind today. The cloud coverage is moving along a bit faster than the precipitation.

Rain and snow showers are continuing this afternoon.
Rain and snow showers are continuing this afternoon.(Ashleigh Bryant)

Rain and snow showers will continue throughout the evening today. With the remaining showers, a Winter Weather Advisory is still in place until Wednesday at 6AM. As the overnight hours and early morning hours tomorrow approach, the system will shift to the south. This will only leave a few snow showers in the higher elevated areas between Wyoming and Colorado. Tomorrow, there will be much more sun with the clouds becoming partly cloudy.

Skies will become partly cloudy tomorrow.
Skies will become partly cloudy tomorrow.(Ashleigh Bryant)

All of the cloud coverage, rain, and snow has limited the amount of smoke being able to be in state. As this system rolls out, more smoke will return. Tomorrow afternoon, light smoke will wrap around the northern and eastern borders of Wyoming before moving into the northeastern corner tomorrow evening.

Smoke will return to the northeastern corner.
Smoke will return to the northeastern corner.(Ashleigh Bryant)

Temperatures are slowly working their way back up. Today, high temperatures are in the 40s and 50s. Most of the state has a high closer to the 40s. Tonight, low temperatures will drop back into the 20s and 30s. Tomorrow, 40s and 50 degree temperatures are back. Though tomorrow, majority of the state will have a high temperature closer to 50.

Tomorrow, high temperatures will be closer to the 50s.
Tomorrow, high temperatures will be closer to the 50s.(Ashleigh Bryant)

Copyright 2021 Wyoming News Now. All rights reserved.