Expect A Slow Melt For All This Wyoming Snow
Well, that was quite a dump of snow, wasn't it?
Not all of the state got it, but most of the state of Wyoming did, and it fell in record amounts.
We've spent the last few days moving the show around, so we can move around. But when does it finally start to melt away? That's what everyone wants to know.
I have some good news for you.
WEDNESDAY - Clouds will slow the process but at least the temperatures in most areas will be above freezing.
THURSDAY - Partly cloudy for most of the state and most temperatures will be in the middle 40s. At this point, we will start seeing some water running down the hillsides and streets.
FRIDAY - Low 50's. Now we're cooking or melting if you will.
SATURDAY - Low 50's and upper 40's across the state but fewer clouds. Most Sun means more melting.
Sorry to say the temps' will drop again on Sunday with another chance of snow. But nothing like we had this last weekend.
That's okay, let it melt slowly. A slow melt means the water will settle into the ground, right where we need it. A fast melt means it runs down the rivers and away from our state.
But a slow melt also means things will be muddy for a while. That, also, is not a bad thing.
The longer trend in our weather, if it holds, keeps us in the 40's with partly cloudy skies. We will be a bit on the breezy side, but breezy is not windy by Wyoming standards.
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