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Still Staying Warm

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Updated: May. 18, 2022 at 1:50 PM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -

We got to experience more showers across the state yesterday afternoon and evening. This morning, you never would have guessed it. The skies were so blue and sunny, temperatures were mild and comfortable, and there was such a light breeze to start off the day. This afternoon has gotten a little bit warmer and light clouds coverage has continued.

There is only light cloud movement across the state today.
There is only light cloud movement across the state today.(Ashleigh Bryant)

Light cloud coverage and warmer temperatures will be continuing throughout the day today. The winds will also stay fairly consistent in the teen and 20 mph range. Overnight, rain and snow showers will make the move back in and across the northern half of the state. These showers are associated with a cold front that will move across the state North to South. As the front moves through, the showers will move along with it. It will be a mostly wintery mix as the front moves along, but has potential to turn into snow showers overnight Thursday into Friday. Wind speeds will also pick up with the introduction of the front in the Cowboy State.

There will be more snow and rain showers in the forecast tomorrow.
There will be more snow and rain showers in the forecast tomorrow.(Ashleigh Bryant)

Temperatures this week have felt so nice and warm. High temperatures today are ranging from the mid 50s to the mid 80s. It is going to be another mild night when it comes to our lower temperatures overnight. Low temperatures tonight range from the mid 30s to the mid 50s. It is going to be another warm day tomorrow also. High temperatures tomorrow will range from the mid 30s to the upper 80s. Enjoy these warmer temperatures before Friday’s major cool down.

A cold front is heading our way tomorrow and will cool temperatures off.
A cold front is heading our way tomorrow and will cool temperatures off.(Ashleigh Bryant)

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