GILLETTE, Wyo. — Residents will be able to enjoy a few days of clear skies until winter weather again returns later in the week, the National Weather Service reports.
Today, temperatures aren’t expected to reach freezing, with a high of just 27 degrees in the forecast. Winds will be minimal, and won’t grow beyond 5 mph. And at night, temperatures are likely to drop to a low of 13.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday will all see sunny skies and temperatures that are predicted to climb up above 40 degrees. On Tuesday and Wednesday, conditions are expected to nearly reach 50 degrees, with highs of 47 and 48 on the two days.
The clear skies won’t last, however. A chance of rain later on Wednesday is expected to turn into wintry mix as temperatures drop at night. Then, snow is expected to begin before midnight.