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October 1st Air Quality Update: Through coordination with the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality, the Air Quality Alert will continue through noon Friday for the Upper North Platte Valley including Saratoga, Laramie Valley, adjacent mountains and foothills, and the western two thirds of Laramie County including Cheyenne. Sensitive groups should avoid excessive physical exertion and minimize time outdoors.
9 PM September 30 – Sunny, dry, and breezy conditions continue this week and into the next across southeast Wyoming and the western Nebraska Panhandle. While we are holding steady with seasonably high temperatures, this won’t last long, as a general warming trend begins as winds turn from the northwest to the west come Sunday behind a front Saturday (could see a sprinkle Friday night into Saturday morning). Downsloping winds will help usher high temps into the 70s, while winds increase to near critical to critical fire weather conditions. Red Flag Warnings will need to be considered as we enter this next week.

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