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A Drop In Temperatures and A Change In Conditions

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Updated: Apr. 29, 2022 at 1:30 PM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -

Yesterday temepratures were warm, the sun was out, and there was a light breeze. Today, that seems to have changed. Temperatures today are cooler, there are more clouds in the skies, and across the state there are rain and snow showers. For the most SE corner, it has luckily only been cloud coverage so far this afternoon.

Plenty of rain and snow showers across the state this afternoon.
Plenty of rain and snow showers across the state this afternoon.(Ashleigh Bryant)

Cloud coverage will be continuing for the next several days. Rain and snow showers will be continuing through this afternoon. The faster Wyoming winds are really going to be the factor that moves this system along. Currently the winds are coming in from the West, by this evening, they’ll be from the NW. The faster wind speeds will have this system out of state by tomorrow morning. Saturday, the eastern half of the state will see mostly clear to partly cloudy skies while. The western half will continue on with heavier cloud coverage. More clouds will make their move back in on Sunday.

Tomorrow afternoon, there will only be few clouds in the sky.
Tomorrow afternoon, there will only be few clouds in the sky.(Ashleigh Bryant)

Temperatures to are cooler compared to the past several days. This is expected with a system that produces rain and snow showers, along with a leading cold front. High temperatures today are ranging from the mid 30s to the mid 60s. A little bit cooler than what we saw this past week. Low temperatures tonight are ranging from the mid teens to the upper 30s. And tomorrow’s high temperatures will be from the low 40s to the low 60s.

Tomorrow will feel like today, slightly cooler than this past week.
Tomorrow will feel like today, slightly cooler than this past week.(Ashleigh Bryant)

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