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Summer ... Is It In The Distance?

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Updated: Jun. 6, 2022 at 1:40 PM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -

What a great start to another week in the Cowboy State! This morning, temperatures were very mild and mostly clear skies allowed for the sun to shine. There have been a few more clouds that made their way into the viewing area, as the day continued into the afternoon. Along the northern and southern borders, scattered showers are taking place this afternoon with potential of becoming severe.

There are showers along the northern and southern border this afternoon.
There are showers along the northern and southern border this afternoon.(Ashleigh Bryant)

Clouds are expecting to stick around through the rest of the day today and overnight. The showers along the borders this afternoon will continue moving along and moving out throughout the overnight hours. Cloud coverage will also be a factor in our forecast into the day tomorrow. There will be another risk of severe showers tomorrow within the NE corner. Those showers will enter the eastern half of the state early afternoon and intensify throughout the afternoon and evening, on its way out of the state. Partly cloudy skies will be sticking around for a few more days after that clearing out of showers tomorrow.

More showers are expected within the SE corner tomorrow afternoon.
More showers are expected within the SE corner tomorrow afternoon.(Ashleigh Bryant)

Temperatures today are not too cold or too warm. It is comfortable while being on the warmer side. High temperatures today are ranging from the lower 50s to the low/mid 80s. Tonight’s low temperatures are going to be fairly mild again, ranging from the 30s to the 50s. Tomorrow’s temperatures may feel slightly cooler in some spots across the state, as temperatures will range from the lower 50s to the upper 70s. Temperatures are going to continue getting warmer by the end of the week.

Tomorrow will feel comfortable.
Tomorrow will feel comfortable.(Ashleigh Bryant)

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