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A cold front will be passing through the region today and with available moisture and instability we are looking at a chance for some thunderstorms across portions of the region today. Dashed area in yellow is best chance for perhaps seeing a few flashes of lightning and rumbles of thunder. A return to spring-like temperatures with 60s in the Nebraska Panhandle and 50s for much of southeastern Wyoming ahead of the front. Some thunderstorms may produce strong wind gusts up to 40 mph.
In light of National Picnic Day and warmer temperatures in store for having a picnic this weekend, we want to ensure you remain safe and plan ahead as severe convection season begins. If you plan to be outside, be sure to have multiple ways to get warnings.
April 22nd 2021 Afternoon Update: Salutations! Here's your 4-Day outlook. A few chances of light rain/snow showers will arrive tomorrow and Monday. Partly cloudy skies are expected everyday and temperatures will warm up significantly these next few days. For your latest forecast: weather.gov/cheyenne.
The Climate Prediction Center is predicting near-normal temperatures with near-normal precipitation for April 26th through April 30th. Normal temperatures for Cheyenne for this time of year are highs around 55 degrees and lows around 30 degrees.
It's that time of year again for our annual SKYWARN Severe Weather Spotter Training! This training will assist participants in cloud and storm recognition and will include safety tips. These classes are available for FREE and open to all! Register by going to the links listed in the image above for the training date and time you would like to attend or go to the Skywarn and Spotter Classes tab on our website (weather.gov/CYS). We look forward to having you attend!