Storms Likely Again Today
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - We have a risk of severe weather today mainly from areas just north of Casper and into South Dakota and Nebraska. Storms in this area could bring hail and strong winds. The rest of Wyoming is mostly either under a marginal risk of severe weather or just a general thunderstorm risk. Strong storms may also develop outside the slight risk area so we should be prepared for active weather today.
Our futurecast shows storms will develop in the evening and start to move east over the border with South Dakota and also into northern Nebraska and that’s where storm development will likely take place. However as these storms get started, they could form over places to the east such as Casper.
After these storms move through, temperatures will cool down into the 50s and even lower 40s to the west of Wyoming. Lows will be around average for this time of year.
Tomorrow’s highs will be very warm in the southeastern portions of the state. Cheyenne will be in the upper 80s along with most of the area while it’ll be cooler around Casper and even cooler to the west. The sun will also be out warming things up so be prepared for a hot day.
Looking at our extended forecasts, starting with Cheyenne, active weather will move in on Wednesday and continue into the end of the week. We could see storms linger around for a while in the evenings and cooler temperatures too. Active weather will continue for a while into the new week ahead.
For Casper, we could see some spotty showers but our best chance of storms will be Thursday and Friday and some rain chances will linger into our weekend but we’ll see more sun and warmer weather.
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