First Friday of fall?  True, but not necessarily when looking at today's forecast as highs continue their warm stretch in the record breaking upper 80's and low 90's.  Cities from Sheridan to Newcastle and down to Douglas and Torrington will again peak in the low 90's while Casper sits not far behind at around 89 degrees.  If not the 90's, 80's are to be seen for lower elevations East of the Divide under more sunshine and warmth.  What does this mean for you?  Get outside and enjoy! 

Tonight: A comfortably cool evening with lows delving into the 40's and 50's.  Throw on that jacket, and just like during the day, get outside.

Saturday: Despite the cooler and cloudier weather pushing into Western Wyoming for most areas East of the Divide it will be another beautiful day to head out.  Highs will have cooled a little into the 70's and 80's with skies starting clear and dry but becoming increasingly more cloudy with rain potential boosting into Saturday night.

Looking Ahead: After Friday and Saturday's summery feel, fall pushes in Sunday with highs falling into the 50's and 60's.  Not only will it be cooler but overcast and rainy conditions will be seen across the state, this making for a nice finish to the weekend to stay indoors.  Highs level out in the 50's and 60's next week as rain potential lingering into Wednesday.

John Shrable
Updated: 9:15 AM