(Riverton, Wyo.) – The National Weather Service Forecast Office predicts a slight cool down is in store for today across Western and Central Wyoming. “Increasing moisture and instability, combined with a weak upper level disturbance, will bring isolated to widely scattered thunderstorms today,” The NWS said in an early morning weather synposis. “Any storm that forms will be capable of producing gusty winds. Thunderstorm activity is then expected to diminish shortly after sunset tonight. A stronger upper level disturbance will bring scattered thunderstorms across the region for Tuesday and Wednesday. A few storms could produce heavy rain, gusty winds, and small hail at times, especially across Johnson and Natrona counties.
THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR WESTERN AND CENTRAL WYOMING. .DAY ONE...ISOLATED TO WIDELY SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS IN THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING...SOME WITH GUSTY WINDS. .DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...TUESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY...SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS INCREASING THROUGH THE AFTERNOON AND INTO THE EVENING. SOME OF THE STORMS IN JOHNSON AND NATRONA COUNTY COULD BECOME STRONG WITH GUSTY WINDS AND SMALL HAIL. HEAVY RAIN POSSIBLE BY TUESDAY NIGHT. THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...SCATTERED MOUNTAIN THUNDERSTORMS EACH AFTERNOON AND EVENING WITH MORE ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ELSEWHERE. SUNDAY...ISOLATED MAINLY MOUNTAIN THUNDERSTORMS.