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Cold Thanksgiving Eve

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Published: Nov. 24, 2021 at 1:30 PM CST
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -

Yesterday’s partly cloudy skies led into today’s cloudy conditions. Clouds have continued moving into the SE corner from the North and Northwest. Along with those clouds, there have been several scattered snow showers that have moved South from the northern half of the state. Radar and satellite even shows a few of those scattered snow showers reaching into the SE corner.

Snow showers and cloud coverage will continue loving out of the SE corner.
Snow showers and cloud coverage will continue loving out of the SE corner.(Ashleigh Bryant)

Cloud coverage will continue moving into the SE corner throughout the day today. By this evening, the cloud coverage and the scattered snow showers will keep moving out the state. This will leave skies overnight and into tomorrow morning clear. Wind speeds are going to stay breezy throughout the day today, back off overnight, and will then pick back up again tomorrow. Tomorrow afternoon, more clouds are expected to move back into the SE corner.

There will be more clouds tomorrow afternoon.
There will be more clouds tomorrow afternoon.(Ashleigh Bryant)

During the first part of this week, the temperatures were putting on a show. High temperatures on Monday and Tuesday were above average when it comes to temperatures this time of year. Today is really an exaggerated glimpse of what it should be feeling like in Wyoming during the month of November. High temperatures today are in the 20s and 30s across the state. Tonight, low temperatures will be anywhere from 7 degrees in Yellowstone to the mid20s. As the rest of the week continues, temperatures will gradually warm back up. Tomorrow’s high temperatures will be in the 30s and 40s. Just warm enough to go play some after dinner Thanksgiving football with the family.

Temperatures will slightly warm up tomorrow.
Temperatures will slightly warm up tomorrow.(Ashleigh Bryant)

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