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Warming Up For The End Of The Week

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Updated: Jun. 8, 2022 at 1:45 PM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -

Those showers, turned storms, and heavy cloud coverage was cleared out by early this morning. There were clear, sunny, and blue skies starting off this Wyoming Wednesday. Through the morning and into early afternoon, those conditions have continued. Temperatures have also warmed up and a light breeze began. This has made it feel warm and comfortable, as the afternoon continues into the rest of the day.

More clouds are on the way and building up along the western border.
More clouds are on the way and building up along the western border.(Ashleigh Bryant)

More clouds are getting to move back in though. This afternoon, clouds and showers are building up along the western border. These clouds will blanket the rest of the state by the end of the day today. The heavy coverage will last through the evening and overnight. By Thursday morning, the heavy cloud coverage will continue making an appearance for a couple of hours. Thursday afternoon, fast winds from the west are going to be the reason cloud coverage clears. Partly cloudy skies will be seen Thursday night and into the day on Friday.

Fast winds will help clear out the clouds tomorrow afternoon.
Fast winds will help clear out the clouds tomorrow afternoon.(Ashleigh Bryant)

Temperatures today are warm and comfortable today. High temperatures today are ranging from the mid 50s to the lower 80s. Low temperatures tonight are going to be mild with heavy cloud coverage holding in the heat. Tonight, temperatures will range from the mid 30s to the mid 50s. Temperatures tomorrow are going to really start warming up! High temperatures tomorrow will range from the lower 60s to the upper 80s, within the Nebraska panhandle. School is out for Laramie and Natrona counties, so it is time to really enjoy these warm temperatures.

Tomorrow is going to be a little bit warmer.
Tomorrow is going to be a little bit warmer.(Ashleigh Bryant)

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