Cold Front, Showers, Thunderstorms and Wind Push Through the State
A fairly strong cold front is starting to work its way through the state. Clouds, wind and developing showers and thunderstorms will spread through northern and central Wyoming through this afternoon along the front.
Meanwhile, southern Wyoming will experience strong, gusty winds today leading to a continued very high to extreme fire danger. A Red Flag Warning is in effect through 6pm tonight for the southern third of the state including all of I-80 and portions of I-25.
As the cold front pushes south, scattered thunderstorms will form in eastern and in portions of southern Wyoming as well. The southwest and west will see the least chance of precipitation.
Thursday will feature cooler temperatures, especially in the east where highs will likely not get out of the 60s. The warmest temperatures in the state tomorrow will likely be found in the southwest where highs will be in the 70s to near 80. Off and on showers are also expected in central and eastern Wyoming.