After a week of record-breaking heat, it will likely start to feel more like fall next week.

Details are still fuzzy, but the National Weather Service in Cheyenne says a cold front could bring freezing temperatures and snow to the area early next week.

The agency issued the following statement early Wednesday morning:

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5AM – Confidence is increasing that a significant change in the weather is coming early next week. Details are still fuzzy at this time range. A change in the speed/track of the storm system will affect temperatures and the snow level/amounts. Those with outdoor interests should continue to monitor the latest forecast information in the coming days.

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