Much of southeast Wyoming can expect temperatures well into the 90s and approaching triple digits today and through the weekend.

The Nebraska Panhandle can expect even hotter weather, with some areas facing temps as high as 105 degrees. That's according to the Cheyenne Office of the National Weather Service.

The agency posted the following on its website:

 Breezy to windy conditions expected Friday morning, which will lead to warm temperatures. A HOT day expected Friday across the area. Highs Friday range from 85 at Saratoga to 105 at Chadron and Bridgeport. A Heat Advisory is in effect for the northern part of the Nebraska Panhandle for Friday noon to 7PM. Afternoon isolated to scattered thunderstorms are expected across southeast Wyoming and possibly the southern Panhandle.

Looks like southeast Wyoming could see afternoon and early evening storms Saturday as monsoon moisture shifts west. The Nebraska Panhandle looks dry both Saturday and Sunday. Storms begin to return to the forecast Tuesday next week as we anticipate another possible monsoon surge into the area from the southwest. Daily chances for afternoon and evening storms from Tuesday on through the week. Some guidance showing possibility for heavy rainfall towards the end of next week.

A heat advisory has been issued for areas of the Panhandle:

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