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Tornado Watch Monday For Cheyenne

Tornado Watch Monday For Cheyenne

Damaging winds will be the most likely of threats but the chance for large hail and isolated tornadoes also exists. Thunderstorms are likely through the afternoon.

Tuesday and Wednesday only hold a stray rain chance, but we will crank the heat back up.

The CBS 58 Ready Weather app will be your friend if you have outdoor activities or plan on doing some evening grilling.

Tonight storm chances return especially after midnight although this will be scattered in nature not the widespread nature we had last night.

Extreme wildfire danger in Slave Lake, Alberta
The northern half of Canada's western prairie province of Alberta is experiencing a number of major forest fires. Fire crews set up sprinklers around homes, hospital and essential service buildings, according to the report.

The aforementioned cold front will "sweep" KAKEland of the soggy and severe weather environment that has plagued KAKEland. Highs will top out in the low to mid-80s, with muggier dew points in the 60s. Southerly winds will gust to around 30 miles per hour at times throughout the day. A few storms may be strong; however, the bulk of the strong to severe storms will stay south due to more favorable dynamics with warmer air and higher moisture content in central Iowa and westward.

Strong to severe storms are expected to move into MI this evening.

The National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch for the southwestern corner of MI. Highs on Tuesday top out near 80.