Another Round of Strong Storms Possible Tomorrow, The Heat get Cranked Up For the Next 10 Days
Good evening! After the strong to severe storms this afternoon and evening, we are looking at a mainly quiet night. The exception being a few spotty showers and perhaps a rumble of thunder before 2am. The good news is the threat for any strong to severe storms is over. Tomorrow, more isolated showers and storms will be possible, with, yet again, some possibly becoming strong to marginally severe. The limiting factor tomorrow across SE Wyoming will be the cloud cover which will limit the overall instability, but just like today, the greater instability will be across the NE Panhandle. The main threat will be small hail once again, with the isolated chance of seeing some larger hail up to half dollar size. There will also be the threat for some gusty winds 30-50mph. We will be streaming live coverage on Facebook if the storms do get strong to severe. Highs tomorrow will be in the 80s and 90s.
The 4th of July is still looking warm and dry, with highs in the 80s and 90s, and lows in the 50s and 60s.
For the next 10 plus days, you can expect a scorcher for most of the area! Highs will be in the 80s, 90s and even triple digits for quite a while. Make sure to take the proper precautions if you plan to be outdoors! There could be some isolated showers and storms on Thursday across the NE Panhandle which would cool things off a little, and some additional showers and storms possible over next weekend, but the threat is only isolated at best.
Have a great night!