Rain Showers and Isolated Thunderstorms Persist Into The Week
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - A few drops of rain fell in Cheyenne today with lightning strikes safely in the distance. Not enough to rain out the car shows at the Blue Community Events Center and the Cheyenne Depot Plaza Sunday afternoon. Rain showers and a few storms will continue across Wyoming into Sunday evening. The afternoon showers and storms trend will continue Monday and Tuesday. Tonight’s low temperatures will range from the low 50s in the east to the 40s in central and west Wyoming. Tomorrows high temperatures will stay consistent with 80s in the Nebraska panhandle, 70s in eastern and central, and 60s in the north and west of Wyoming.
Winds will be breezy Monday throughout Wyoming reaching the mid 30mph range near Rawlins. A predominant westerly wind will persist for most of the state with exception to northeast Wyoming where winds from the northwest will prevail. Winds will calm Tuesday morning and pick-up again into the afternoon gusting up to 30mph along I-80 and in Lander and Douglas.
Monday showers and isolated storms will be concentrated in the northern and southern parts of Wyoming starting in the late morning and ramping up in the early afternoon. Further storm development will occur east of I-25 heading toward Rapid City and the Nebraska panhandle. Hail potential increases at that time. Tuesday will have a similar setup with strong afternoon storm activity occurring east of I-25 moving east. High and low temperatures statewide will remain consistent Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday before we hit a warming trend going into the weekend.
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