(Riverton, Wyo.) - The National Weather Service reported Monday another storm system will be entering Wyoming by the end of the week. Until then, it will be warmer and breezy. The synopsis from the NWS-RIW: High pressure remains in control over the Cowboy State. Skies will be mostly clear, with high clouds making their way over the state later this afternoon. Temperatures today will continue to warm, rising to near normal or slightly above normal readings. Breezy conditions will develop today, from the Rattlesnake Range to Natrona and southern Johnson counties. Gusts as high as 45 mph will be possible, causing tree limbs weakened from the recent snow, to fall.
THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR WESTERN AND CENTRAL WYOMING.
TODAY AND TONIGHT
GUSTY AFTERNOON WINDS FROM THE RED DESERT INTO NATRONA COUNTY.
TUESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY…SOME VALLEY RAIN…MOUNTAIN SNOW. WESTERN VALLEYS AND BASINS WILL CHANGE TO SNOW THURSDAY NIGHT…WHILE LOWER ELEVATIONS EAST OF THE DIVIDE…MIGHT CHANGE DURING THE DAY FRIDAY. CURRENTLY THE POSSIBILITY OF SIGNIFICANT SNOWFALL IN THE MOUNTAINS OR LOWER ELEVATIONS IS LOW. HOWEVER SOME ACCUMULATING SNOW IN THE MOUNTAINS IS EXPECTED