Casper will see windy and mild conditions today with isolated to widely scattered showers and thunderstorms. Scattered showers and thunderstorms can be expected in east-central, southeastern and south-central Wyoming today. W
A frontal system is pushing through the state today and this will kick up winds and keep temperatures above average. The frontal system will also bring some rain and snow to far western Wyoming with a handful of scattered showers and thunderstorms sprinkled across the rest of the state.
Temperatures today and Tuesday will be well above normal for Wyoming. This will be especially true for the eastern areas. Winds will strong in the Casper area this afternoon with breezy to windy conditions elsewhere. Warm and windy conditions look likely on Tuesday for
With a High Wind Warning posted for the Casper area thru 6pm tonight, Organizers of the Wyoming Track Classic have postponed the event until Monday, April 30th. The Meet schedule will be as follows;
We are in the wake of a cold front today, with continued cool temperatures and gusty winds across central and southeast Wyoming. Expect damp conditions with a few brief sprinkles possible across the northern half of the state.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be developing and moving across Casper and Wyoming today. Showers and thunderstorms will continue into tonight. A few thunderstorms could contain small hail, heavy downpours and very gusty winds.
Once again temperatures will be very warm and run at above average levels across much of the state today. Casper will see highs in the mid 70s to near 80 this afternoon. Only a few small, gusty thunderstorms are expected this afternoon and evening.
It will be unseasonably warm across Wyoming today. Temperatures will be well above average and range from the upper 60s and low 70s in the higher elevations to near 90 on some portions of the eastern plains.
Today and Tuesday will be unseasonably warm for Casper, Wyoming and the region. In fact, some locations will see record high temperatures on Tuesday. Conditions will also remain mostly sunny, mostly dry and breezy.
A strong ridge of high pressure is moving into the region. This will make for great weather conditions statewide over the next two to three days. A few stray small showers cannot be ruled out in the northwest later today and then a few isolated thunderstorms will be possible in the east on Sunday.
A weather disturbance crossing the state is bringing some wind to the east and will bring some showers in as well. Northern and western Wyoming will be in the best position for scattered showers, with a rain/snow mix or all wet snow in the higher elevations.
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