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Guess what's coming back? Just in time for the calendar to flip to astronomical fall, we are expecting the winds to return to southeast Wyoming from their long summer vacation. A High Wind Watch has been issued for the wind prone areas plus central Laramie county including Cheyenne from 3AM to 3PM Saturday. Wind gusts of 65 MPH are possible. Since it's been a while for some of these areas, remember to secure loose items from the summer, and as always, use caution if travelling with light weight/high profile vehicles, including campers! Stay tuned for more details and updates to come
Unsettled weather will continue into the early part of the weekend. It will feel like fall on the first official day of astronomical fall (Saturday) as a strong storm system passes just to our north. Expect scattered showers and thunderstorms Friday, mainly along and north of the North Platte River. These may continue into Saturday for these areas, while those further south should be drier. Strong winds are increasingly likely for much of the area, developing late Friday and continuing through the day on Saturday. Expect calmer conditions as we clear out and begin to warm back up on Sunday.

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