Thunderstorms are expected to roll back into southeast Wyoming this afternoon and linger throughout the weekend, the National Weather Service in Cheyenne says.

"For today, expect mostly sunny skies and gradually improving smoke, with a few showers and thunderstorms flaring up mainly along and west of I-25 this afternoon," the NWS said.

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"As moisture increases, expect scattered to numerous afternoon showers and thunderstorms each day from Wednesday to Sunday with temperatures remaining slightly above normal," the NWS added.

The NWS says a few isolated storms could be strong to severe during the week ahead, so you'll want to keep a close eye on the weather.

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Warm temperatures and hazy skies will continue Tuesday with highs in the middle 70s to middle 80s. Increasing chances for thunderstorms will begin Tuesday afternoon, mainly west of I-25, as we head towards a more unsettled weather pattern through the end of the week and next weekend.

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After some drier weather the last few days, we will be heading back into a stormy weather pattern through the upcoming weekend. For today, expect mostly sunny skies and gradually improving smoke, with a few showers and thunderstorms flaring up mainly along and west of I-25 this afternoon. As moisture increases, expect scattered to numerous afternoon showers and thunderstorms each day from Wednesday to Sunday with temperatures remaining slightly above normal. A few isolated storms could be strong to severe during the week ahead, so stay tuned for more details.

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