Rain Showers in North Wyoming Before a Beautiful Sunday
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - Rain showers and isolated thunderstorms are forecasted in north Wyoming Saturday night into Sunday morning but will cease before sunrise. Wyoming saw a breezy day today with Rawlins topping the wind chart at 43mph and Rock Springs in a close second at 39mph. This is the last of winds that fast for the next couple days as high pressure will build over the western United States. With that building of high pressure, Wyoming will have slowly warming temperatures Sunday and Monday. Low temperatures are in the mid 40s to upper 30s. Tomorrow high temperatures will be from the mid 70s to mid 60s.
Cloudy conditions will stick around as long as the stationary boundary remains draped across Wyoming. This boundary will diminish by Sunday morning and take the weather with it leaving us a warm sunny Sunday. Travel impacts will be minimal so take advantage. It won’t be until Monday when we start to see moisture and clouds return from the west spinning clockwise around the high pressure setting up the next weather event Monday afternoon and evening for select Wyoming locations. These rain showers and isolated thunderstorms will not be widespread with more misses than hits. Cheyenne however should get some of those rain showers and not be excluded as what we have experienced with several of the past frontal passages.
The weather onset will spur a series of daily weather occurrences for most of the week throughout Wyoming. We can expect breezy conditions to return Tuesday with the added moisture for statewide shower chances. Our weekday weather team will update you as this nears.
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