A cold front exiting the state early Monday has brought wind and rain to the east. Strong, gusty winds are also being found in southern and northeastern portions of the state. The front will leave behind some cool conditions as well. Today’s highs will top off in the 50s in most areas, with perhaps a few stray 60s in the north central part of the state.
Drier, warm and more settled weather moves in on Tuesday. We will be in between storm systems and fronts tomorrow, so expect more sun than anything.
Another fall cold front moves through the state on Wednesday. Showers will develop and slowly push through western and northern Wyoming. More scattered showers push through the rest of the state later that day.