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Giving Tuesday Forecast

30 November 2021
Published: Nov. 30, 2021 at 11:29 PM CST
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - After seeing record breaking temperatures yesterday, conditions were a little bit cooler across the state today. This was due to the increase in our cloud cover as well as the breeze. Starting off your December, it looks like temperatures will go back up once again and it is likely that some cities will be setting new records over the next few days. Highs are expected to reach the mid to upper 60s and lower 70s in many of the big cities. There doesn’t look to be much in terms of cloud cover unless you are in the far west or far northern regions of the Cowboy State. Precipitation chances are next to none as there are no significant weather systems nearby.

After mostly overcast skies today helping to keep temperatures lower, they will be going away...
After mostly overcast skies today helping to keep temperatures lower, they will be going away leaving us with more sunshine as well as higher temperatures.(Jordan Frazier)

Good news is the windy conditions will be sticking around. This is not necessarily good news if plan to work outside or have any loose items on your porch, but it is good news for helping to keep “feels like” temperatures on the lower side. Gusts are expected to be strong starting in the morning and going into the lunch hour reaching up to 50 MPH. They will start to calm down a little bit more heading into the afternoon and evening, but still staying strong.

Strong gusts coming from the west will bring in that warmer air, but it will also help to make...
Strong gusts coming from the west will bring in that warmer air, but it will also help to make those "feels like" temperatures a little bit lower.(Jordan Frazier)

Tonight, temperatures will be on the warmer side, similar to what we saw two nights ago. This is due to some residual cloud cover. Tomorrow, not as cloudy, much more windy, and much warmer with possible records for the next few days. Based on long term models, a cold front will be moving through by early next week allowing us to finally cool down a little bit.

Hot air is coming in from the west due to strong winds and the Jetstream is moving to the north...
Hot air is coming in from the west due to strong winds and the Jetstream is moving to the north allowing for well above average and possible record high temperatures.(Jordan Frazier)

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