Hot, dry and dusty conditions are expected across southeast Wyoming and the Nebraska Panhandle again Friday, but some relief is in sight.

The National Weather Service in Cheyenne says a cold front will move through the area Saturday, cooling things down quite a bit.

"Most areas will see at least a small chance for thunderstorms," the agency said Wednesday evening. "Afternoon storms look like a good bet west Saturday afternoon, while the Panhandle will likely see these storms Saturday evening."

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The NWS says afternoon and evening thunderstorms will also be possible Sunday and Monday, especially along Interstate 80.

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8/715PM: Greetings! After a hot, dry and dusty Thursday and Friday, the weekend looks a bit more unsettled for southeast Wyoming and Nebraska Panhandle. We have a cold front moving through the area, that will cool us down quite a bit from the late week hot temperatures. Looks like most areas will see at least a small chance for thunderstorms, especially Saturday when the front moves through. Afternoon storms look like a good bet west Saturday afternoon, while the Panhandle will likely see these storms Saturday evening. Storms stay with us Sunday and Monday, especially for folks along the I-80 Corridor. Here's hoping you see some rainfall with these storms. Be safe!

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