Southeast Wyoming can expect what the Cheyenne Office of the National Weather Service is calling "abnormally warm" temperatures for this time of year.

But colder weather with possible snow at higher elevations is headed our way this weekend.

The agency posted this statement on its website:

 "Changes may be coming to southeast Wyoming and Nebraska Panhandle. Enjoy the next couple days. Winds begin to increase Wednesday across southeast Wyoming. It will be abnormally warm, so afternoon humidity will fall to very low levels through Saturday. Critical fire weather conditions and increasing winds will be with us Thursday into Saturday, as a cold front approaches from the west and northwest. Wind prone areas could see warning level winds Friday afternoon through Saturday as this front approaches. Saturday night, the front looks to enter into Carbon and Albany Counties with rainshowers developing. By Sunday, the front moves into our eastern areas. Right now, it looks cold enough for mountain and high valley snow west Sunday. A cold rain possible for areas east of the Laramie Range. Weekend hunters, be ready for winter weather conditions in the Snowy, Sierra Madre and Laramie Ranges. Bring winter clothing you. Stay tuned!"

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