Storms and Showers for Wyoming This Weekend
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - A line of thunderstorms moved through Cheyenne just before the 5:30pm show as I was able to stash the umbrella inside instead of putting it to use. Staying prepared for weather is always the best option. The bowing line of showers and storms and showers continued east and north after the weather pass over. The weather originated from the southwest covering much of Wyoming with some weather as it slowly moved northeast throughout of the day. Thunderstorms will become showers as we go into the evening hours. Sunday morning, patches of fog are likely in areas where there was rainfall in addition to temperatures and dewpoints matching or get close to each other. Low temperatures will be in the 40s mostly with temperatures near freezing in the northwest. Sunday, fog will lift from the surface into the morning hours. It also calls for a return of afternoon showers and storms in the eastern part of Wyoming in addition to the northern and southern borders as the upper level low tracks northeast into Montana and the Dakotas over the next few days. Winds will gust in the afternoon along I-80 and in Casper above 20mph. Winds will decrease in speed and showers will dissipate into the Sunday evening hours. By Monday, the largest rain totals are forecasted in Yellowstone, Wheatland and the northeast from .25″ to .50″.
Monday will conclude most of the weather from this system. The last of wrap around moisture around the upper level low will track across the eastern half of Wyoming in the afternoon. With the start of October, high temperatures will remain in the 60s for much of this week with lows above and below 40 degrees.
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