CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Cheyenne will continue to remain dry and warm well into the weekend, which will bring some overnight rain chances.
Today will be sunny with a high of 82. A 5–10 mph breeze will come from the west-northwest, helping to keep conditions dry enough for elevated fire weather concerns but not enough for a red flag warning in Laramie County. However, that has again been issued by the National Weather Service in Cheyenne for the Rawlins area. Tonight will be mostly clear with a low near 48.
🔥 A Red Flag Warning is in effect for portions of Carbon and Albany Counties this afternoon. Gusty winds and low relative humidities will lead to critical fire weather conditions. #WYwx #NEwx pic.twitter.com/xUDaejZ38r— NWS Cheyenne (@NWSCheyenne) September 28, 2023
Friday will be much the same with a high of 80 under sunny skies. Mostly clear skies will remain for the overnight period as the low drops to 46.
Saturday will repeat Friday with a high of 80 and sunny skies. The difference will be overnight, which comes with a 20% chance for thunderstorms and showers. The low will be near 47, adding another day to Cheyenne’s longest streak of consecutive days over 40 degrees.
Sunday will see a high near 78 accompanied by a 20% chance for afternoon showers. That chance may continue overnight as the low drops to 40.