Summer Pattern Continues for Wyoming
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - A few rain showers and thunderstorms moved into Cheyenne and across Wyoming Saturday. They were short-lived as the nature of these showers and storms would build and collapse within a couple radar scans. These showers covered Wyoming in the afternoon and stayed more to the south of the state and the valley between Yellowstone, Jackson, and Riverton as the afternoon continued. Temperatures will be in the lower 60s in the Cheyenne region tonight and the low 60s to upper 50s in the rest of the viewing area. Tomorrow high temperatures will be in the mid 80s in Cheyenne and the mid 90s for Nebraska and cities to the north of the Capital City.
Sunday weather moves thunderstorms to the eastern half of Wyoming. General, isolated showers and storms will return in the afternoon hours as we saw Saturday. Winds are of little significance Sunday and Monday. Cheyenne will reach the mid 20 mph range Sunday afternoon. The summer storm pattern returns to southeast Wyoming with chance storms everyday while stronger storms are forecasted Tuesday across the state. Breezy winds throughout Wyoming will come with the increased storm coverage and intensity.
Temperatures will be above average for Cheyenne and the rest of the state this coming week but will also be influenced by cloud coverage amounts. With the high pressure to the south in Colorado, clouds will be coming from the southwest the next couple days setting up cooler temperatures in the southern part of Wyoming while hotter temperatures are to the central, north and east of the region.
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