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Cheyenne could see more sun this week

The Nagle Warren Mansion shines in the sun at 222 E. 17th St. in Cheyenne. Built in 1888, the building has hosted presidents and been the site of meetings that have directly shaped Cheyenne into what it is today. (Briar Napier/Cap City News)

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Residents can expect some more sun this week, according to the National Weather Service in Cheyenne.

There will be a widespread haze today, Sept. 6, with a high of 81 and south-southwest winds at 10–15 mph set to shift to the west-northwest in the afternoon. The evening will have a low of 53 and south winds at 5–10 mph set to move to the west after midnight.

Thursday, Sept. 7, will have a high of 81 with west-northwest winds at 10–15 mph. The evening will have a low of 49 with north-northwest winds at 5–10 mph set to shift to the west-southwest after midnight.

It will be sunny on Friday, Sept. 8, with a high of 82 with west-southwest winds at 5–15 mph set to move to the south. The evening will be clear with a low of 50.


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