Weather Monday Before Upper Low Clears
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - A significant change to the upper low is the direction it is heading. While it was forecasted to continue northeast, it has diverted southeast zeroing in on the Dakotas next. Another line of storms swept through Wyoming Sunday. The National Weather Service added additional caution from south central Wyoming to northeast Wyoming upgrading the region to marginal storms that includes small hail and high winds. Southeast Montana and the Black Hills National Forrest both had severe thunderstorm warnings issued though no storm reports have been reported. The rain totals across Wyoming are less as time goes on. Buffalo broke their single day rain total measuring .34″. Worland and Lander both had .27″ of rain while Lake Yellowstone had .22″. These were the highest measurements of reporting locations in the last 24 hours. Rainfall Monday will be lighter in intensity and more isolated in nature as the thunderstorm weather should be the last of what the upper level low will bring to the region.
Low temperatures tonight will be in the 40s with 30s along the west Wyoming border. High temperatures Monday will drop by a few degrees to 70s in Nebraska and 60s in Wyoming.
Wyoming will start to dry Tuesday for the next few days as skies clear and sunny weather will take over. Temperatures will remain consistent for the week until the next cold front at the end of next week brings weather and colder air behind it.
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