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April 27th

A cool and wet weekend will transition today into a clear and dry forecast ahead.  Expect continued areas of rain to rain/snow mix for your Monday morning with slick roadways and cool temperatures.  Daytime highs will primarily peak in the 50's under mostly sunny skies for areas further West in Wyoming while Central and Eastern regions can expect to hold onto to primarily overcast conditions.

TONIGHT: Partly cloudy skies and evening lows falling into the low 30's will make for a chilly evening to bundle up.  Despite dry skies overhead, wet roadways could result in the formation of ice into evening hours making for slick travel conditions.

TUESDAY:  Big changes in this forecast!  Highs will boost noticeably back up into the 60's and even 70's for many areas under sunny and dry skies.  Southeastern Wyoming will stay a touch cooler with lingering rain showers.

LOOKING AHEAD: Temperatures continue to warm through the week possibly hitting the low 80's for lower elevations East of the Divide towards Wednesday.  Keep the jackets and umbrellas handy today but prepare for a favorable forecast for getting outside just around the corner!

John Shrable
Updated: 5:15 AM