CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The smoky skies caused by Canadian wildfires will likely continue to persist in the Cheyenne-area skies on Saturday, but the National Weather Service in Cheyenne predicts things will have cleared up by Sunday.
The smoke will likely continue to hinder visibility and breathability throughout the day.
Meanwhile, temperatures will reach a high of 71 degrees, the NWS in Cheyenne reports. Winds from the southwest will move in at 5–10 mph. At night, temperatures will drop to a low of 45 as the smoke finally clears from the skies.
On Sunday, Cheyenne residents will be able to enjoy clear and sunny skies, with a high of 72 in the area. At night, conditions will once again fall to the mid-40s.