NWS Cheyenne: Record Highs Possible Before Big Cooldown, Snow
Areas east of the Laramie Range and into the Nebraska Panhandle could see record-high temperatures Tuesday, but the warm weather won't be sticking around.
The National Weather Service in Cheyenne says, "A big cool down is expected late this week, with snow being possible this weekend."
According to the NWS's extended forecast, highs in Cheyenne and Scottsbluff, which are expected to top out at 80 and 86 degrees Tuesday, are expected to drop by 36 degrees come Saturday.
10pm, April 9th: Above normal temperatures and sunny skies are expected across southeast Wyoming and the Nebraska Panhandle to start the week. Record highs are possible east of the Laramie Range and into the Nebraska Panhandle on Tuesday. A big cool down is expected late this week, with snow being possible this weekend.