Moisture coming up from the south combing with moisture being brought in along a cold front from the north will allow scattered showers and thunderstorms to from in Wyoming today. Western and northern counties look to be in the best position for rain today, with just isolated thunderstorms further south and east.
As we head into Tuesday, northern Wyoming will continue to see scattered thunderstorms, but the eastern third of the state will start to see more activity as well. As has been the case recently, slow moving thunderstorms will be capable of producing heavy rain and some hail.
Temperatures for late July will top off mainly in the 80s. The higher elevations in the west will see highs in the 60s.