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Another Chilly Night

13 April 2022
Published: Apr. 14, 2022 at 12:12 AM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - It was the coldest day of the week across the Cowboy State with many of the low temperatures this morning getting close to or hitting new records. Tonight looks to be another chilly one, but luckily not as cold as what we saw last night. There were a few isolated snow showers today across the southern half of the state along the I80 corridor with most of them not causing any significant accumulation. This will be the trend over the next few days with the heaviest of the snow expected in the far western side of the state. For the rest of the cities, most of the snow and rain is not expected to bring a lot. Just be sure to keep a jacket or umbrella handy in case you are caught off guard.

Most of the heavy snow showers are over with the exception of the far west like Jackson and...
Most of the heavy snow showers are over with the exception of the far west like Jackson and Yellowstone which are expecting a bit more over the next few days.(Jordan Frazier)

Winds are still staying in the forecast but it won’t be anything close to as strong as what we saw last week. Gusts will get up to 40 MPH with some isolated regions seeing stronger gusts. This can certainly prompt some partial closures on highways and interstates for high profile vehicles like we saw today and the day before. The winds will be following an interesting pattern. During the daytime, they will be strong, but the second the sun goes down, so do the wind speeds. This pattern is expected to continue as we head into the weekend.

Winds are going to be breezy once again along I80 and following the pattern of strong during...
Winds are going to be breezy once again along I80 and following the pattern of strong during the day and calm at night.(Jordan Frazier)

Overnight tonight, expect another chilly one with low temperatures reaching the single digits in the northern regions and some lower 20s in the southern regions. Most of the snow showers should be gone tonight before picking up again tomorrow morning. Tomorrow, high temperatures are warming back up slowly with the northern areas still staying below freezing and the southern areas reaching close to the 50s. Showers are possible during the afternoon hours for most of the viewing area and they can range anywhere from rain to snow, depending on the temperature at that given time. Over the next few days, temperatures are expected to warm up heading towards to the weekend with breezy conditions expected for the south and more isolated showers for the north.

Temperatures are going to slowly warm back up over the next few days with the south getting...
Temperatures are going to slowly warm back up over the next few days with the south getting into the 40s and the north still staying below freezing.(Jordan Frazier)

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