GILLETTE, Wyo. — This morning’s fog should begin lifting around 9 a.m., leaving an otherwise quiet start weather-wise for the work week.
The National Weather Service in Rapid City, South Dakota, has forecast a high of 69 today after the fog burns away and leaves sunny skies. Tonight will continue to be mostly clear with a low near 48.
Tuesday and Wednesday will bring more of the same, albeit with warmer temperatures. Tuesday’s high should be near 77 while Wednesday gets to 79. Both days are expected to be sunny with winds from the south at around 10 mph. Overnight, Tuesday will see the low fall to around 50 while Wednesday will see storm chances return.
There’s a 30% chance for thunderstorms Wednesday night. Skies will otherwise be mostly cloudy and the low will be near 50. That storm chance continues into Thursday morning and through Thursday night. With the rain, cooler air and cloud coverage, Thursday’s high will be limited to just 65 degrees. The overnight low will be near 48.
Mostly sunny conditions should return Friday with a high near 66.