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Slightly Warmer Today

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Published: Nov. 18, 2021 at 1:40 PM CST
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -

This morning started opposite of how yesterday started. This morning, skies were clear and clouds have progressively increased their appearance in the SE corner. More clouds are expected in the eastern half of the state.

More clouds are rolling in today.
More clouds are rolling in today.(Ashleigh Bryant)

Throughout the day today, more clouds will push in from the West. These clouds will keep moving in through the afternoon, evening and the overnight hours tonight. As the clouds are continuing to move in, snow showers will play a part along the western border. Tomorrow, clouds will keep moving in, snow showers will continue in the West, and the breezy wind speeds will return to the SE corner.

Clouds will continue throughout the day today and tomorrow.
Clouds will continue throughout the day today and tomorrow.(Ashleigh Bryant)

Smoke has cleared out from the NE corner from the fires in Montana. Today, the state is mostly clear of smoke. This leaves only light pockets of smoke within the Wyoming four borders. Tomorrow, more light smoke will return to the southern half of the state. Tomorrow’s light smoke will stick around throughout the day into late at night.

Light smoke will lie within the southern half of the state.
Light smoke will lie within the southern half of the state.(Ashleigh Bryant)

As the week continues, temperatures are going to keep increasing. Today, high temperatures are ranging from the lower 30s to the mid-50s. Tonight, low temperatures will drop back into the 20s and 30s. There may be a few cities within the SE corner with low temperatures tonight in the lower 40s. Tomorrow, more 50 degree temperatures will be seen in state, as these temperatures keep increasing. High temperatures tomorrow will range from the 30s to the mid-60s.

Temperatures will be warmer tomorrow.
Temperatures will be warmer tomorrow.(Ashleigh Bryant)

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