Thankfully, the wind is starting to settle down, but the National Weather Service in Cheyenne says it will likely be ramping back up before the end of the week.

The NWS says the wind-prone areas of southeast Wyoming could see strong winds Saturday afternoon and evening.

"By far, the best day weatherwise looks to be Friday, when we are not expecting any weather impacts," the NWS said.

The NWS says it will stay cold through the rest of the week, with many areas struggling to reach the freezing mark.

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18/630 PM: Howdy! The forecast for southeast Wyoming and Nebraska Panhandle for Thursday through Saturday calls for periods of strong winds in wind prone areas, but overall dry weather is expected. Could see strong winds in the wind prone areas of southeast Wyoming tomorrow morning and again Saturday afternoon and evening. By far, the best day weatherwise looks to be Friday, when we are not expecting any weather impacts. It will stay cold through the rest of the week, with many areas struggling to reach the freezing mark. Stay warm out there and be safe!

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