Typical summer weather will be found across the state now through Saturday. There will not be any major weather systems or fronts rolling through, so the weather will not be changing much from day to day.
The most recent cold front is now to the south of the state. It has brought in somewhat cooler, more pleasant temperatures especially to the southeast. Today’s highs will top off in the upper 70s and 80s. Linger
Moisture coming up from the south will combine with a front that will just brush through the state later today creating more thunderstorms across Wyoming. Areas along and to the south of I-80 will have the best chance of thunderstorm activity today. Althou
With high pressure still firmly in place, temperatures will stay very warm to hot across the state. High temperatures will be in the lower 80s in the higher elevations up to the 90s on the plains. It will not really cool down much at ni
As has been the case as of late, the ridge of high pressure will stay firmly in place now through the weekend. This will lead to mostly sunny to sunny skies and hot temperatures. Highs will range from the mid 80s to near 100 today through Sunday.
Temperatures for today and the next several days across all of Wyoming will be well above average. While conditions will be hot for most all locations it does not look as though we’ll see record heat. A fe
After a short reprieve from the hot temperatures over the past few days in some parts of the state, the heat will be returning. Today and Thursday daytime highs are expected to rise back into the 90s in central and eastern Wyoming, with upper 70s to the mid 80s in
Widely scattered gusty thunderstorms will be found across much of central and especially northern and western Wyoming today. Hit and miss storms will also be possible in the south-central Wyoming with isolated storms in the far east and southeast.
The majority of Wyoming will be warm, mostly sunny and mostly dry today. However, a few scattered thunderstorms will still be possible in southeastern Wyoming. Warm temperatures and isolated to widely scattered thunderstorms can be expected across Wyoming on Tuesda
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