Warm Up After the Snow
22 March 2022
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - Conditions around the state today were very similar to yesterday but with the addition of scattered snow showers and even some snow squalls later in the evening. These showers were brought in from the back end of the cold front that brought down our temperatures early on Monday. Luckily strong winds from the north are pushing out all the clouds and moisture as we head toward the middle of the week. Clear skies should continue and temperatures will begin warming up as the winds will shift and come in from the west. The only exception is the arrival of a week cold front on Thursday and Friday causing an increase in precipitation chances for the northernmost cities. Once it dissipates, the temperatures will warm up drastically going toward the weekend with high 60s and low 70s in the forecast.
Winds were strong today with gas reaching about 50 mph throughout much of the eastern side of Wyoming. There’s a lot of water the snow showers to move through quickly, but it also brought low visibility conditions due to blowing snow. Some of those snow showers even got strong enough to cause some snow squalls. While breezy conditions will continue for the southeast for the next few days, it will be calming down for the rest of the state and help to bring in more spring like temperatures.
Overnight tonight, clouds will begin pushing out along with all of the rain and snow showers leaving us with clear skies and seasonal temperatures for the Lowe’s. Tomorrow, expect some strong wind gusts in the south east, but overall clear skies and temperatures warming up into the upper 40s and lower 50s.
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