CHEYENNE, Wyo. — After a frigid final week of November, temperatures are set to be warmer starting Monday and continue climbing into the 60s up through Wednesday.
The National Weather Service in Cheyenne states that Monday is set to see a high of 48 degrees, which is over 10 degrees warmer than Sunday’s temperature. Skies are expected to be mostly sunny.
The high wind warning that has persisted through the weekend will end at 5 p.m. Monday. and at 2 a.m. Tuesday in wind-prone areas. Wind gusts could blow anywhere from 65 to 85 mph. A winter storm warning also continues for areas in the Snowy and Sierra Madre ranges.
Tuesday will have slightly warmer weather than Monday with a high of 54 and clear skies. Wednesday’s temperatures will spike again, warming nearly 10 degrees to a high of 60.
Overnight lows for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday will all stay around 30 degrees.