CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Residents of Laramie County are in for a bit of a weather rollercoaster over the next several days.
In the National Weather Service’s latest guidance, officials say that cooler temperatures prevail today as gusty and dry conditions will keep concerns high for quick fire spread under Red Flag Warning.Critical fire weather conditions will continue on Friday with gusty south to southwest winds.
“Critical fire weather conditions will likely continue through the weekend as temperatures warm up ahead of the next strong Pacific cold front,” weather officials cautioned.
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According to the weather service, Saturday will be dry and hot with near record highs along and east of I-25. Some late showers could be possible Saturday night across southern mountains in Carbon and Albany Counties. A few degrees cooler Sunday with return to showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening.
The latest extended forecast from the NWS indicates that residents of Laramie County could be seeing cool and rainy conditions on Monday, with overnight lows around 34.