Rain chances are going up in Wyoming thanks to a low level disturbance driven by a mid level trough. These storms should offer some drought relief to some of the driest locations in the state right now.
Temperatures were cooler in SE Wyoming as a mild cold front rolled in Sunday afternoon. Clouds are starting to develop heading into tonight. With the development of clouds, we are looking at potential isolated showers & thunderstorms for this evening. The storms will be bringing some gusty winds with small sized hail. Afterwards, the remainder of the night is looking to be mostly clear with cool temperatures and a light breeze for Cheyenne.
Clouds have ruled the skies for south eastern Wyoming. Overcast in Cheyenne is threatening possible showers and thunderstorms for later into the evening. Temperatures in Cheyenne were in the lower 80s with very mild gusts throughout the afternoon. Winds have become very sustainable for tonight. Casper reached the lower 90s for another hot day in the region. Some clouds hanged around and there is a small lingering possibility of tonight bringing some isolated showers to the Casper region. The showers could turn to isolated thunderstorms.
The upcoming weekend will feel better than the past couple due to cooler conditions as well as cloudy conditions. A cold front coming through on Sunday will cool things off heading into the start of next week but could bring a severe weather threat with it.
Dry, hot, and breezy conditions have raised the risk for wildfires Friday, resulting in a Red Flag Warning being issued for much of the State until Friday at 8PM. The heat will continue into the weekend.
A rather calm weather pattern will be making its way into Wyoming as we finish off the week, resulting in a heat building back in and lots of sunshine. The fire weather risk will escalate a little bit as we approach the weekend.