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April 14th Sunday Evening Update: The High Wind Watch has been expanded to include portions of southeast Wyoming and the southern Nebraska Panhandle. A surface cold front will push through southeast Wyoming and into western Nebraska late Monday afternoon through the evening hours. Strong gusty winds are possible behind this front as a storm develops over the Great Plains.
⚠️ The next spring storm system arriving tomorrow will bring multiple weather hazards, including strong winds, thunderstorm chances, and high elevation snow. ⛈️ Showers and thunderstorms developing Monday PM, mainly over the High Plains, will have the potential to produce gusty winds and/or hail. A Marginal risk (Level 1 of 5) for severe thunderstorms is in place for Monday. ❄️ Further west, crashing temperatures behind the cold front will allow snow to mix in. Impacts due to accumulating snow are possible in the mountains and in the Laramie Valley. The graphic shows areas with a moderate or high probability of 2+" of snow in orange and red respectively.
Another warm and sunny day is expected today, but an unsettled week is ahead. The first storm system arrives tomorrow afternoon, and will bring showers, storms, strong winds, and high elevation snow. Another cold front will arrive Wednesday, and bring colder temperatures and chances for rain and snow through the end of the week.
🚫SkyWarn Spotter Training UPDATE: The Lusk, WY Advanced Spotter Training Session has been postponed due to hazardous weather. Refer to future Spotter Training Session locations across southeast Wyoming and western Nebraska or sign up to attend our virtual Spotter Training Sessions! --- 🌪️The 2024 SKYWARN Spotter Training Schedule for Southeast Wyoming and Western Nebraska is out! Check to see if we're coming to a city near you or sign up to attend the virtual spotter training sessions! 🌪️For more information, go to weather.gov/cys/skywarn