Storms Return for the Area
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - After a few days of dry weather, we are seeing storms return to the area. We could even see storms return as soon as tonight. There is a slight risk for severe weather that includes the northeast parts of Wyoming and northwest Nebraska Panhandle. It does look like we see storms develop later this evening and into the overnight hours. If we do see severe storms this evening and into tonight, the biggest concern will be large hail.
Temperatures tonight will be into the 40s to low 50s. Cooler temperatures expected for higher elevations in northwest and north central Wyoming, with temperatures into the 30s. In fact, if in Yellowstone, we could see temperatures just above the freezing mark.
There is another chance, an even better chance, for showers and thunderstorms as we head into Sunday. An isolated severe storm or two cannot be ruled out. Overall the severe weather chance will remain very low at this time. If you have outdoor plans, keep an eye on the sky.
Temperatures for most locations will remain below normal for most locations, with highs across the state into the 60s to the middle 70s. Not expecting anyone in the state to see temperatures into the 80s.
Cheyenne Extended Forecast - Shower and thunderstorm chances are expected as we close the weekend and start the new work week as a disturbance impacts the area. We do catch a brief break on Tuesday, before rain chances return through Friday. Dry weather returns for the weekend and the first half of next week. High Temperatures will remain below normal for much of the area. Low temperatures will be near normal for this time of year.
Casper Extended Forecast - Showers and storms will be possible as we head into Sunday. The next couple of days looks to be mainly dry across the area with low rain chances in the forecast. Rain chances return as we close out the work week and enter the weekend. Dry weather finally sticks around for the end of next weekend and into next work week.
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