After a cool start to the day on Thursday,  Cheyenne National Weather Service forecasters are predicting a warming trend for southeast Wyoming with typical fall weather over the next few days.

The agency posted this statement on its website:

Here's a look at the forecast for the week ahead! After the rain/snow showers taper off through Thursday morning, expect more classic fall weather with warming afternoon temps and sunny skies despite another chilly start. Winds begin to increase Monday and Tuesday with widespread wind gusts 30 to 40 mph possible across southeast Wyoming and the Nebraska panhandle. Have you checked out the point-and-click forecast on our webpage? Go to and click on (or near) your location on the map!

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