Storm Risk for Some, Cool Temperatures for All
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - For some of us across the Cowboy state, it has been a stormy last 24 hours. Not everyone has seen storms, but many have. In fact, it looks like we will continue to see some rain move through into the overnight hours of tonight across the area. Not only will some of you need an umbrella, but you may need to get that jacket our as temperatures will fall into the 30s and 40s. Coolest areas will be into northwest Wyoming, where we could even be dealing with patchy frost.
We are watching another chance for showers and thunderstorms across the area as we start the new work week. Best chance for shower and thunderstorm activity looks to be mainly south of a Cheyenne to Riverton to Yellowstone line. Not expecting any severe weather, but a strong storm or two certainty cannot be ruled out.
We are expecting another day of temperatures on the below normal side of things. Temperatures across the state will range from the 60s to the middle 70s, which is still considered below normal for this time of year in most locations.
Cheyenne Extended Forecast - Showers and thunderstorms look to linger a bit longer as we start the work week. We do seem to catch a brief break on Tuesday before we see more shower and thunderstorm activity continue for the remainder of the work week. Once we head into the weekend, sunshine returns with only slight chances for shower and thunderstorm activity. Temperatures will remain on the cooler side.
Casper Extended Forecast - We catch a break from the stormy weather, with only a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms in the forecast. We have a better chance as we head into the end of the work week. Best storm chances will be on Thursday. We do finally see sunshine return to the area as we start the weekend. Temperatures will remain near normal to below normal.
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