Areas in Cheyenne continue to have threat of potential severe storms going into Monday

Updated: May. 16, 2021 at 11:56 PM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - Showers and Thunderstorms have popped up around Southern and Western Wyoming as those areas continue to be in the Marginal risk category according to the SPC for Sunday. Monday, as it stands, has the very southern corners of Laramie county heading into Monday. Any rain or storm that occurs this afternoon or evening look to clear out as we go into tonight.

Temperatures will cool tonight to a nice balance of 40s across much of the state. Tomorrow, temperatures look to rise into the mid 60s with some areas in the lower 70s. Warm air will move into the Northern/Central areas of Wyoming as the Southern remain on the cooler end especially around Cheyenne.

Wind’s don’t look to be too much of an issue, however, the current weather pattern we are in won’t be moving out as of yet through Monday and potential storms could bring some pretty strong gusts around the impacted areas.

Takeaways are to keep rain gear or an umbrella handy, if a storm pops up, they will be brief. Although, the likelihood of heavy rain, small hail and strong wind gusts are medium risk if a storm occurs. Tornado’s however, remain to be unlikely but cannot be ruled out entirely.

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