A weak cold front will pass through Wyoming Friday night into Saturday morning, bringing some strong winds during the overnight hours and cooler temperatures for Halloween. The sunshine is expected to continue through the weekend and much of next week.
Temperatures have rebounded and felt good for most areas across the state. 67 degrees was the matched high in Cheyenne and Casper to start off the new week. A warm front will stick around for southern Wyoming until about Wednesday where we will see some changes that will be significant moving into Thursday.
Lows will be in the upper 20s and 30s for most areas in Wyoming Sunday night. Monday, a cool start will lead to a pleasant finish as the afternoon is looking to warm up with temperatures in the 60s across the state. High Wind Warning is in place for Albany, Laramie, and Carbon counties until Tuesday at noon. With Winter Weather Advisory’s in place until Monday morning for the northern areas of the state.
Fire threats are escalating as breezy conditions return. The cold front coming this weekend will be a major factor in what happens next with the Mullen Fire, with the potential to both suppress it as well as make it grow.
Temperatures are hitting the cool spots tonight! After a long day of haze, smoke and poor air quality. The cold front is moving in bringing Fall temperatures to the state of Wyoming as September comes to a close. Chances of showers early Sunday afternoon. Rain showers will be light, and higher elevations have potentials of seeing snowfall.
Strong winds are returning as the weekend arrives in Wyoming, and they will likely push the Mullen Fire further east. Rain chances are going up a bit this weekend and temperatures are expected to drop, however, which could aide in the firefighters efforts.
Rain showers will be possible before the weekend, and they are much needed as drought conditions across the state have once again worsened. Dry conditions along with sunshine and more seasonable temperatures are expected this weekend and much of next week.