Increased Fire Danger for Saturday
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - If you have any Friday Night plans, it will be a very beautiful evening to head out. Most areas will see clear skies across the state, though we could see some high level clouds. Temperatures across the state will drop into the 30s and 40s. Some areas will be a little warmer tonight.
Red Flag Warnings (Fire Weather Warnings) are in effect for parts of the area through Saturday, including areas from Rawlins to Riverton.
The fire weather warning highlights that there is elevated to critical fire weather conditions expected. Outdoor burning is strongly discouraged. Avoid any form of outdoor burning. The combination of very low relative humidity values, gusty winds, and warm temperatures will create fire conditions to occur.
High Temperatures for Saturday will warm into the 70s to the middle 80s. Plenty of sunshine is in the forecast. However, a weak disturbance could bring a stray shower to the area.
Extended Forecast for Cheyenne - Dry weather expected for much of the weekend, though a stray shower or storm cannot be ruled out. It will continued to be warm through the weekend. A strong weather system moves in Tuesday, bringing rain, gusty winds, and much cooler temperatures. We dry out for the remaining period, but we stay rather cool.
Extended Forecast for Casper - Much of the weekend looks to stay dry, though we have a slight chance for showers on Sunday. A strong weather system will bring some rain, gusty winds, and much cooler temperatures for Tuesday. We dry out for the remaining days, but cool temperatures will stick around.
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