Today's Outlook ⛅☁️
Dense Fog Advisory through 9AM for I-80. A warm Friday with Isolated showers and thunderstorms possible across the northern tier due to an approaching cold low pressure system. Gusty west winds ahead of the front, and low humidity, brings elevated fire weather concerns across the south this afternoon. Showers are the generalized forecast this weekend into early next week.
Partly cloudy to kick off the day in the Big Horn Basin, moving to a mostly cloudy afternoon with highs skirting 80° and a Southerly wind shifting WNW at 10-15. A 50/50 raffle of clouds to sun in Cody, with a cloudy afternoon being the winner, stray showers likely with a high around 74° and a WSW wind at 15-25. Partly cloudy skies in Sheridan ease in to a cloudy afternoon, some fly-by showers with a high of 75° and a NW wind at 10-15. Mostly cloudy Natrona County, peek-a-boo sun this afternoon with highs roaming 80° and a WSW wind at 10-20. A mixed day out Jackson way, partly cloudy moves to an overcast afternoon with a high around 65° and a SW wind at 10-20. Partly cloudy in Laramie County, highs in the mid 70's with a WSW at 10-15. Sunshine in Sweetwater County becomes an overcast afternoon, highs in the mid 70's with a Westerly wind at 15-25.
Nationally: Widely scattered severe thunderstorms will develop over southwestern Plains and the Mid-Atlantic. Large hail and wind damage are possible in southwest Texas and southeast New Mexico, and wind damage is also possible over parts of the Mid-Atlantic. Moderate to heavy showers are possible over much of the eastern and southern US into the weekend.