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30/8PM UPDATE: High Wind Warnings have been expanded to include northern Albany County, to include Shirley Basin and Garrett, as well as the Upper North Platte River Basin, to include Saratoga. High Wind Watches are now in effect for areas east of the Laramie Range from 2AM Friday through 5 PM Friday. Forecast for Thursday calls for increasing winds, dry and mostly sunny conditions through the day. The strongest wind gusts are expected to be up to 65-75mph at times. A few wind gusts in the wind prone areas could reach 80 mph at times. Travel will be particularly dangerous for light weight and high profile vehicles, including campers and tractor trailers. Please follow WYDOT's Road Condition Report Thursday at wyoroad.info/Highway/text_road.html for any future updates on any closures and advisories.
30/6PM: Greetings! An active weather pattern continues across southeast Wyoming and Nebraska Panhandle over the next week. Strong winds will be the main story, with strong winds Thursday and Friday. Much of southeast WYoming is now in a High Wind Warning for Thursday/Friday, that will likely need to be expanded. Next cold front moves through the area Sunday, with some snow and strong winds mainly west of Interstate 25. There will likely be wind headlines Sunday for the wind prone areas. Next front moves through Monday next week, with some chances for snow. Behind the front, look for increasing chances for widespread strong winds Tuesday into Wednesday. Stay tuned to later updates and be safe!