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12 July/630AM: Greetings! Hot temperatures will be present again today, and a Heat Advisory is in effect from 12-7pm for portions of southeast Wyoming. Also, very dry conditions are expected for portions of Albany, Carbon, and Laramie County. A Red Flag Warning is in effect from 10am-8pm today. Don't be the spark for fire weather, and take frequent water breaks if planning on being outdoors when it's hot!
645am/July 12: The busy weather continues as we will have the potential for isolated showers and thunderstorms primarily in the Nebraska Panhandle today. The primary hazards for areas of Marginal Risk (1 of 5) reside in the NE Panhandle from approximately 6pm to midnight tonight. Small hail and strong winds up to 60mph in the strongest of thunderstorms are possible.
1:30pm - A Heat Advisory has been issued for much of southeast Wyoming and western Nebraska through the weekend. Temperatures in excess of 95F are likely across the higher elevations with temperatures in excess of 100F are likely across the plains. Take extra precautions if working or spending time outside this weekend and make sure to drink plenty of water!
2:30pm, July 12th - A very hot weekend is in store for southeast Wyoming and western Nebraska. Heat Advisories have been issued for most of the region. Highs will range from the low-90s to nearly 105F. Little to no precipitation is expected, with partly cloudy skies in the afternoons. Stay cool and drink plenty of water!

12 July/630AM: Greetings! Hot temperatures will be present again today, and a Heat Advisory is in effect from 12-7pm for portions of southeast Wyoming. Also, very dry conditions are expected for portions of Albany, Carbon, and Laramie County. A Red Flag Warning is in effect from 10am-8pm today. Don't be the spark for fire weather, and take frequent water breaks if planning on being outdoors when it's hot!
645am/July 12: The busy weather continues as we will have the potential for isolated showers and thunderstorms primarily in the Nebraska Panhandle today. The primary hazards for areas of Marginal Risk (1 of 5) reside in the NE Panhandle from approximately 6pm to midnight tonight. Small hail and strong winds up to 60mph in the strongest of thunderstorms are possible.
1:30pm - A Heat Advisory has been issued for much of southeast Wyoming and western Nebraska through the weekend. Temperatures in excess of 95F are likely across the higher elevations with temperatures in excess of 100F are likely across the plains. Take extra precautions if working or spending time outside this weekend and make sure to drink plenty of water!
2:30pm, July 12th - A very hot weekend is in store for southeast Wyoming and western Nebraska. Heat Advisories have been issued for most of the region. Highs will range from the low-90s to nearly 105F. Little to no precipitation is expected, with partly cloudy skies in the afternoons. Stay cool and drink plenty of water!

 

 

12 July/630AM: Greetings! Hot temperatures will be present again today, and a Heat Advisory is in effect from 12-7pm for portions of southeast Wyoming. Also, very dry conditions are expected for portions of Albany, Carbon, and Laramie County. A Red Flag Warning is in effect from 10am-8pm today. Don't be the spark for fire weather, and take frequent water breaks if planning on being outdoors when it's hot!
645am/July 12: The busy weather continues as we will have the potential for isolated showers and thunderstorms primarily in the Nebraska Panhandle today. The primary hazards for areas of Marginal Risk (1 of 5) reside in the NE Panhandle from approximately 6pm to midnight tonight. Small hail and strong winds up to 60mph in the strongest of thunderstorms are possible.
1:30pm - A Heat Advisory has been issued for much of southeast Wyoming and western Nebraska through the weekend. Temperatures in excess of 95F are likely across the higher elevations with temperatures in excess of 100F are likely across the plains. Take extra precautions if working or spending time outside this weekend and make sure to drink plenty of water!
2:30pm, July 12th - A very hot weekend is in store for southeast Wyoming and western Nebraska. Heat Advisories have been issued for most of the region. Highs will range from the low-90s to nearly 105F. Little to no precipitation is expected, with partly cloudy skies in the afternoons. Stay cool and drink plenty of water!