CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -
Today began with a few more clouds to start of the day. Rain showers moved in quickly and have continued falling since. Many of these showers are moving from the SW to the NE. There are some areas of showers that are moving in opposite directions. This summer pattern of showers in the afternoon does not look to be heading out yet.
Rain showers and storms are going to continue through this evening. Overnight, the showers will clear off to the East, as they have done the past several days. Today, there are two areas of the Level 2 - Slight Risk. Hail is likely with the storms tonight. There is also a Flood Watch for Campbell, Crook, and Weston Counties until Thursday morning at 6AM. Partly cloudy skies will stick around into the morning. Then the pattern repeats. Rain will head back into the Cowboy State early afternoon and hang around until it clears out in the late evening. The risk for severe weather tomorrow is a Level 1- Marginal Risk, with hail still being possible. The first half of Friday will be nice! Mostly clear to partly cloudy skies for the first half of the day, before more light showers head into the SE corner.
Temperatures today were comfortable. Cheyenne did not get nearly as warm as expected due to the residual cloud coverage from last night. High temperatures today ranged from the lower 70s to the lower 90s, with Worland being the warmest spot in state at 91 degrees. Low temperatures tonight will be mild, ranging form the lower 40s to the mid 60s. Temperatures tomorrow will be warming up. Tomorrow’s high temperatures will range from the mid 70s to lower 90s. 90 degree temperatures are heading back, as this week finished off and the weekend moves in.
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