Weather

WEDNESDAY Oct 22nd

Although noticeably cooler today still a comfortable one to get outside, maybe just with a sweater or jacket this time around.  Highs will peak in the 60's for most areas East of the Divide, cooler than yesterday's 70's but still warmer than our seasonal average of 57 here in Casper.  Sunny and dry conditions are to be expected on either side of the Divide although Western Wyoming will stay cooler in the 40's and 50's.

Tonight: A chilly one especially when you factor in those winds which will make our lows in the 30's and 40's feel even cooler. Conditions should stay clear and dry as we roll through the brisk evening ahead.

Thursday: Climbing up that temperature ladder as we roll into tomorrow as highs in many areas peak barely back into the 70's.  This along with more clear and dry weather to enjoy with those boosting temps.

Looking Ahead: Good news as we move into the weekend with temperatures continued in the 70's and for Casper and much of Central and Eastern Wyoming in fact boosting into the mid 70's.  Dry and sunny skies are to be seen as you enjoy yet another nice fall weekend outdoors before... brace yourselves... possible winter weather next week.  Sunday into Monday temperatures will slide into the 60's then the 50's with evening lows cool enough to see possible snow and rain/snow mix.  Will talk more about that as we move closer to the weekend.

John Shrable
Updated: 7:45 AM