24 March 2022
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - With clear skies and seasonable temperatures yesterday we saw similar conditions today but with temperatures well above average hitting the 60 and 70° mark in a number of cities. The only significant change we saw was some isolated showers in the northern part of the state due to a weak cold front pushing through. It began moving farther south into the central regions then to the south east as we got into those overnight hours. Isolated showers will clear out going to the middle of the night and leave us with some partly cloudy skies throughout much of tomorrow. The cold front will have brought slightly cooler temperatures across the state but still above average for what we normally see in this time of year. Once the cold front turns into a warm front, temperatures are going to be drastically increasing heading toward the weekend.
After seeing strong wind gusts throughout much of the eastern side of the state by the early parts of the week, they will be finally calming down as we go into tomorrow. That is certainly some good news considering a lot of our travel delays will be nonexistent. The only chance I see for any significant delays will be early next week when a winter storm moves through dropping off temperatures once again.
Overnight tonight, expect a lot of those isolated showers to push out of the south east and just leave us with some cloudy skies. Low temperatures for tonight will be right about where we saw them last night. Tomorrow, the skies will have a few more clouds but temperatures will just be slightly cooler than what we saw yesterday with more of the upper 50s in the forecast than those 60s. As we had for the weekend, expect temperatures to get near record levels of precipitation chances to stay very low until next week.
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