Well, the last day of our Balmy weather concluded this Afternoon as we hit 50° in Casper with Above Average Readings for all of Casper. Even a few 60°s were touched in Southeastern WY. The winds were Blustery as Southwest Flow was sustained between 25-40mph.
TONIGHT: But all good things MUST come to an End. Northern WY along the I-90 Corridor will start feeling the effects of the Cold Front 1st with Temperatures dropping in the Teens. Many will stay Dry this Evening as Lows for Central WY will stay slightly above average as Clouds will increase through the Overnight. However, I am watching a feed of moisture for the Four Corners region that could snake in during the Overnight that may spark off some Light Snow for I-80 corridor.
LOOKING AHEAD: A new wave of Light Snow is possible as early as Late Friday for Western WY as a Trough will slide in from the West. Many will stay cold and dry, but a new Cold Front could swing through on Saturday with chances of Light Snow for much of WY. Accumulations look very Minimal at this time.
Updated: 7:00 PM