The advanced forecast for Labor Day weekend shows it warming up a bit on Friday and Saturday.

Not overly hot. Just some desert air coming in from the southwest.

Temperatures will be in the low to mid-80s.

Partly cloudy and breezy, on both days.

You might get a passing afternoon thunderstorm.

Sunday night into Monday those Canadians send a front out way.

That means some clouds, drizzle in some areas, and heavier rain to the east.

Temperatures drop from the 80s to the low 70s or upper 60s as a daytime high.

In other words, a slight taste of fall.

Watch Don Day explain what he thinks is coming in the video below.

So in one weekend, we go from typical Wyoming summer weather to a touch of fall.

Still, overall, you'll have a great 3 days off.

That last day will be just kind of cool and bla-ish.

But it's a day off, so don't complain.

Just be careful who you go camping with.

Here are the 5 most annoying people you should NEVER go camping with

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We have all been in that relationship that made us realize we should have seen the warning signs. 'How in the world could I have hooked up with someone this bad?' we ask ourselves.

The same goes for camping. Maybe we should have vetted these people a bit more before we agreed to go out alone in the woods with them...

Here are a few warning signs to watch out for, before you break out the tent:

1). The over-packer. Some people like to bring the comforts of home. That's fine. But if what they take with them takes more days to pack, and unpack, set up, maintain, tear down, pack for home, unpack when back home, than days that were actually spent camping, don't go with that person.

Backpacks in the store.

2). Heavy drinkers. An adult beverage or two is fine. But should you see them packing more alcohol than food you might want to reconsider. Remember, you'll be sleeping in cramped quarters with this person.

3). Drama kings and queens. Yeah, they pack all that drama with them too. It just gets worse when you are stuck with them.

4). Bossy know-it-alls. Wasn't the purpose of camping to get away from your boss? Don't bring one with you.

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Paul Bradbury

5). Cell phone addicts.  YEAH, that's a picture of a guy up in a tree who can't leave work alone. Then there are the people who are addicted to social media.

It's okay to bring the phone. There are so many helpful apps on them that can make a camping experience even better. But if they spend more time looking at their phone than what is around them and complaining that they can't get a signal, you are with the wrong person.


The funny thing about writing all of this stuff down so publicly is that the people I am writing about will actually read this, yet still never suspect that I'm talking about them.

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