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Kind Of Cloudy and Warmish

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Updated: Apr. 28, 2022 at 1:30 PM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -

Yesterday was another one of those really great weather condition days. We saw very mild and comfortable temperatures. There were also a few extra clouds that moved in yesterday and overnight. This morning started off very mild as well. Temperatures were cool but not cold. There were also plenty of clouds in the sky that have since cleared away mostly into this afternoon.

More clouds and showers are on the way.
More clouds and showers are on the way.(Ashleigh Bryant)

More clouds are on the way though! By late afternoon, the state will once again be blanketed by the cloud coverage moving in from the West and SW. Along with the clouds, rain and snow showers also have a chance of producing and moving throughout the state this evening. These showers will stay mostly in the northern half of the state tonight. Tomorrow, cloud coverage will be continuing and there will be more chances across the entire state for rain and snow showers. Some pockets of the rain showers may produce heavier rain and possible claps of thunder.

Tomorrow continues the chances of rain and snow showers across the state.
Tomorrow continues the chances of rain and snow showers across the state.(Ashleigh Bryant)

Temperatures today are continuing to stay on the warmer side. High temperatures today are ranging from the low 40s to the mid 70s. Tonight’s low temperatures will range from the low 20s to the upper 40s. Temperatures tomorrow will be slightly cooler than today. High temperatures tomorrow will range from the mid 30s to the mid 60s. There will be another slight drop in temperatures for parts of the viewing area again on Saturday. However, these drops in temperatures are still mild and very comfortable for getting outdoors.

Tomorrow will feel cooler than the past several days.
Tomorrow will feel cooler than the past several days.(Ashleigh Bryant)

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