National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

26/820PM: Windchill Advisories have been expanded to cover much of southeast Wyoming through 9 AM Tuesday and Nebraska Panhandle. Windchill temperatures (feel like temperatures) of -20 to -35F likely overnight. If out and about tonight, make sure you dress for cold temperatures and keep exposed skin covered to avoid frostbite. You will get frostbite if exposed to these types of cold temperatures without adequate winter clothing. Be safe!
5 AM Oct. 26th – With clearing skies Monday and recent snowfall across southeast Wyoming and the Nebraska Panhandle, temperatures will plummet well below zero overnight into Tuesday morning for most locations. Additionally, wind chills headed into Tuesday morning may approach -30F, especially in the Laramie and Saratoga Valleys. For the latest forecast, check weather.gov/cys
26/905PM: Greetings! Tired of the cold weather already? Well, we got good news for you as we get into the middle of the week into the weekend. Looking at mainly sunny skies and dry weather through the weekend, with slowly warming temperatures. Could get a little breezy Friday into Saturday, so make sure the kiddies are dressed warm for Halloween evening. Enjoy!