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Warming Temperatures And Breezy Conditions

Tuesday Winds for SE Wyoming
Published: Feb. 6, 2022 at 11:49 PM CST
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -After the weak frontal passage mostly to the north of Wyoming, we will see warming temperatures this week as high pressure builds from the Pacific west coast with not much winter weather to report. There is a mid level trough in the central part of the state that will keep breezy conditions persisting through the next few days, especially near the eastern border of Wyoming. Low temperatures will not vary much with no expectation of significant winter weather upcoming.

Clear skies and breezy winds in eastern Wyoming.
Clear skies and breezy winds in eastern Wyoming.(Ryan Shollenberger)

Monday will start with seasonally warm daytime temperatures throughout Wyoming in the 40’s. This will persist throughout the week. Few clouds will accompany these warm temperatures during the daytime hours. Winds will be breezy from the west at 25-35mph throughout the day in southeast Wyoming. They will increase into the evening in the same region of the state and a wind shift will occur from the southwest.

Strong warning level winds in Cheyenne, breezy winds in mid 30's along the eastern border.
Strong warning level winds in Cheyenne, breezy winds in mid 30's along the eastern border.(Ryan Shollenberger)

Tuesday, the southeast portion of the state will see high winds up to 50mph in the southeast portion of the state as this region expands in significant winds all the way up to Sundance along the eastern border. Into the evening, winds along the eastern border will decrease to 30-35mph and shift from the northwest. There is a slight chance of rain/snow showers Wednesday throughout the state depending on your temperatures.

Added cloud coverage and light snow showers from the north make their way south.
Added cloud coverage and light snow showers from the north make their way south.(Ryan Shollenberger)

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