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Summer- Like Temepratures

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Updated: Jun. 9, 2022 at 1:45 PM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -

Skies were filled with cloud coverage this morning. The sun was up, but with all of the clouds there was a hazy look to the sky. Through the morning and into the afternoon, cloud coverage has cleared out some, with help from some faster winds from the West and North. Now, into the afternoon we are going to continue seeing some clouds moving throughout the sky.

There are some more heavy clouds heading into the SE corner later this afternoon.
There are some more heavy clouds heading into the SE corner later this afternoon.(Ashleigh Bryant)

There is an area of heavier cloud coverage heading towards the SE. The next bulk of cloud coverage is quickly moving across the state and will quickly move out. These faster teen and 20 mph wind speeds will be the reason the clouds move out fairly fast. Partly cloudy skies are going to be remaining as the week ends and the weekend begins.

Partly cloudy skies and some faster winds will continue into the afternoon tomorrow.
Partly cloudy skies and some faster winds will continue into the afternoon tomorrow.(Ashleigh Bryant)

Along with the partly cloudy skies, temperatures are going to keep warming up. Temperatures today are noticeably warmer than what they were yesterday. High temperatures today are ranging from the lower 60s to upper 80s. Temperatures tonight are going to stay very mild through the overnight hours. Low temperatures tonight will range from the upper 30s to mid 50s. Tomorrow is going to be another increase in temperatures. Temperatures are going to finish off the week in the the mid 60s to lower 90s. It is going to be a great next couple of days to head outdoors and enjoy some of these summer-like temperatures.

Tomorrow it will be even more like summer with some temperatures making their way into the 90s.
Tomorrow it will be even more like summer with some temperatures making their way into the 90s.(Ashleigh Bryant)

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