Rain Starting to Sneak In
22 June 2022
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - It took a day after the first day of summer for us to get into some warmer temperature territory, but that is okay considering we were well above average before summer even started. It was another nice day across much of the cowboy state with mostly clear skies and no chances for precipitation. We are keeping our eye on the south as some more cloud cover is beginning to push through going into the overnight hours. This will result in some partly cloudy skies throughout the day tomorrow and even the chance for some isolated showers and thunderstorms going into the afternoon. Luckily, there is no chance for severe weather just may be the strike of lightning with an isolated storm. More rainfall is expected to final in from the south going into our Friday afternoon with a lot more thunderstorm activity as well. We will continue to keep you updated as the chance for severe weather is still not the most accurate.
Wind gusts will begin picking up during the afternoon hours alongside the thunderstorms, but none are expected to cause any significant delays on the major interstates or highways. Friday afternoon is expected to see some of the stronger gusts associated with the increasing thunderstorms and may cause a few moderate delays along wind prone regions with the storms. Most of the shower activity is going to be associated with a cold front coming through this weekend, but until that happens, expect some warm temperatures even going into the overnight hours with a lot more 50s and a few 60s sprinkled in.
High temperatures tomorrow are expected to get into the upper 80s and even the lower 90s across a number of cities. These warm temperatures won’t last all that much longer as a cold front pushes through on Friday leaving us with some cooler temperatures in the 60s and 70s going into Saturday. After that, expect temperatures to warm back up into the 80s and 90s by early next week.
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