Great Weather Continues...
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - Temperatures dropped some in the Cheyenne region Sunday compared to Saturday. The rest of the state saw temperatures remain unchanged or a few degrees warmer than Saturday. There was a stripe of clouds from Yellowstone to Cheyenne that hung around for the afternoon. Look for those clouds to scatter overnight. Monday night skies will be clear to permit an excellent viewing opportunity of Jupiter for any astronomy enthusiasts. Tonight’s low temperatures will be in the 40s with the 30s along the western border. Tomorrow’s high temperatures will be in the low 80s around the Nebraska panhandle and mostly 70s to low 80s throughout Wyoming.
Monday is setting up to be another beautiful day. This pattern will persist for most of the week with high temperatures in the 70s climbing to the 80s by the end of the week. Smoke has made an exit for now and hopefully for good as temperatures decrease and wind speeds lessen as we continue into autumn. Speaking of winds, wind speeds will remain light until Wednesday. Don’t expect the winds to exceed 30mph Wednesday as it is not associated with any frontal boundary.
Tuesday afternoon may have a blip of weather from Laramie to Cheyenne. A few isolated rain showers or thunderstorm will be brief if it occurs. Otherwise, Wyoming as a whole will not see any weather until Thursday evening ahead of the cold front that is forecasted. The next frontal system will be slow moving as a ten degree drop both Friday and Saturday are forecasted.
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