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23/230PM: High pressure is just off to the west of us this afternoon and is forecast to move over the state Wednesday. This high will bring sunny skies, warmer temperatures and windy conditions to southeast Wyoming tomorrow. Highs look to range from 72 at Laramie to 83 at Scottsbluff. Windy conditions for area along and west of the I-25 Corridor, where westerly winds gusting to 40 MPH are likely. Next cold front approaches the area Thursday for increased chances for showers and thunderstorms mainly along and south of a line from Scottsbluff to Wheatland to Rawlins. Could see some increased chances for severe thunderstorms out in the southern Nebraska Panhandle Thursday afternoon, so watch out for this. Front moves through the area Friday with fairly widespread showers and isolated thunderstorms that could last into Saturday. Temperatures will be back into the 50s and low 60s to end the week.
23/310PM: Look for clearing skies overnight, especially after the sun goes down and we lose heating from the sun. Most locations should see clear skies by late evening. Overnight lows will range from 36 at Bridgeport and Sidney to 41 at Rawlins.