FRIDAY: A very pleasant start to the weekend! Highs today will peak in a comfortable range of 60's and 70's for most regions with areas West of the Divide such as Jackson and Big Piney a bit cooler in the 50's. A ridge of high pressure building across the region will help to keep skies sunny and dry while winds are expected to be breezy at times with gusts into a range of 20-30 miles per hour.
SATURDAY: An even warmer day but also a windier one. Highs for most of the state will soar into the 70's while Southeastern cities such as Torrington may even see a high in the low 80's. Skies will continue to be seen as sunny and dry while winds will have picked up. A combination of breezy, warm and dry conditions will result in Fire Weather Watches issued for much of Central and Eastern Wyoming as the risk for fires begins to increase.
SUNDAY: An overall cooler and calmer day than the rest of the weekend. Highs will settle back down into the 60's and low 70's with winds present but not near as gusty as Saturday. Persistently dry and sunny conditions can be expected to enjoy to finish an overall enjoyable Spring weekend forecast.
LOOKING AHEAD: High temperatures can be expected to level out in the 60's for the start of next week before a cool down into the 50's by Wednesday and Thursday. Chances of rain showers into next week should be expected to remain isolated and few and far between making this quite the dry forecast.