Slow Moving Storms Bringing Heavy Rain
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - Starting today we already have some storms popping up around the area. The storm in Laramie County north of Cheyenne is the one to watch and is moving northeast around 15 MPH. While it will impact rural areas of the county, it will bring heavy rain and hail with it. That type of storm will be common today, slow moving and heavy rain producing storms that can drop a lot of rain very quickly. Be prepared for these storms through the day.
These storms will move out by this evening and our lows will be much like normal for the past few weeks. Mid to lower 50s and mid 40s through the state and the western edge of Wyoming even colder.
For our highs tomorrow will be a bit warmer than today and will likely be one of the warmest days until next week. Mid to upper 70s are widespread and cooler temperatures off to the west.
As for our extended forecast, starting with Cheyenne, scattered showers and storms are possible for the rest of the week and into the next and will likely play out much like yesterday. Sunny into the afternoon and once we get into the early evening, the storms fire up and bring heavy rain, winds, and potentially small hail to the area before they move out.
For Casper, it’ll be a different story. A few days of dry time but scattered showers and storms will be in the area for most days into next week but more dry time is on the way.
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