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9/25/2021 845PM: A Fire Weather Watch is in effect across much of southeastern Wyoming and portions of the Nebraska Panhandle Sunday starting 11 AM through 8 PM for low relative humidity and gusty winds up to 15-25 MPH. Fires could rapidly spread under these conditions. Please avoid any outdoor burning in the highlighted area above (or anywhere!). For all weather updates, follow us on Twitter or Facebook at NWSCheyenne, or on the web at
6:00 AM September 25th: This weekend we will see unseasonably warm temperatures across SE Wyoming and the Nebraska Panhandle! Temperatures will be about 10 degrees warmer than what is average for this time of year. East of I-25 will see temperatures in the 80s and west of I-25 will see upper 70s. Enjoy the warmth while it lasts!
25/515AM: Greetings! A change in the weather is coming next week, as a low pressure system tracks across Colorado and eventually into Nebraska. Monday will be sunny, warm and dry. Tuesday will feature increasing clouds and a chance of rain showers across western and central Wyoming, during the afternoon and evening. Best chances for showers and possible rumble of thunder is Wednesday, when just about everyone in southeast Wyoming and Nebraska Panhandle stands a chance of getting measureable rainfall. Here's hoping you get some much needed rainfall at your location.

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