National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

30/215AM: Greetings! An unsettled week ahead for weather in southeast Wyoming and Nebraska Panhandle. Looking at daily chances for afternoon and evening showers and thunderstorms. For Sunday, these storms looks to be confined to the I-80 Corridor near the Colorado state line. Going into next week though, just about everyone, say east of Elk Mountain, will see increasing chances for showers and storms. What's causing these storms? We have a stalled out cold front laying along the Laramie Range, with easterly upslope winds east of the front and southwesterly winds west. A perfect setup for afternoon and evening showers and storms. Best chances for storms right now looks to be Wednesday, when just about everyone will see showers/storms. Can't rule out some of these storms becoming severe each day, so keep an eye on the sky each day. Stay tuned!