Weather Alert: Thunderstorms, snow, freezing overnight temperatures, elevated fire danger
July 27, 2015
Monday, July 27, 7:00AM:
A cold front with moisture will bring thunderstorms across Wyoming today with hail, lightning and heavy downpours at times. Possibility of a tornado and flash flooding on east side of the state as the cold front moves through. Outside burning not recommended due to strong winds – be careful with any possible ignition source (motor vehicle engine exhaust, ATVs, cigarettes, welding and chain saw sparks, etc). Upper elevations of NW WY mountains and Yellowstone & Grand Teton Parks could see snow above 9,000 feet tonight and Upper Green River Basin will have much colder temperatures by early Tuesday morning including dipping to below freezing - protect sensitive outside plants.