After a nice day is expected for southeast Wyoming today, [May 25], The Cheyenne Office of the National Weather Service says severe storms, golf-ball-size hail, and even a few tornadoes are possible in southeast Wyoming on Wednesday.

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The agency posted this statement on its website:

Here's the thunderstorm outlook for southeast Wyoming and Nebraska Panhandle from the Storm Prediction Center for today and Wednesday. A dry day today, with no thunderstorms expected. Conditions change Wednesday as winds shift southeasterly with a cold front stalling over the area Wednesday afternoon. Right now, it looks like severe thunderstorms will be possible across most of the area, especially east of the Laramie Range. A Slight Risk Area for severe thunderstorms covers the Nebraska Panhandle to just east of I-25 in southeast Wyoming. A Marginal Risk Area for severe thunderstorms from the I-25 Corridor, west to Rawlins has been outlined on the graphic for Wednesday. Severe thunderstorms will be possible with this activity with the main hazards of 60+ mph winds and golf ball or larger size hail. A few tornadoes can't be fully ruled out either with these severe storms Wednesday afternoon and evening. Stay tuned through the day for more updates.

Pothole Patrol Contest – Take a Pic For a Chance to Win With Fat Boys Tire and Auto

It’s pothole season in Wyoming and this spring we’re teaming up with Fat Boys Tire and Auto for the Pothole Patrol Contest.

Starting May 6, 2021, and running through May 30, when you see a pothole in or around Cheyenne or Laramie, take a pic and send it to us, along with the location, using our mobile app. We’ll send it to the city, so they can patch it up, and you’ll be entered to win a new set of Yokohama tires from Fat Boys Tire and Auto.

If you don't have our app, download it now. Then tap on "Submit Pic" to share a picture and location of the craters you spot and get entered to win.


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