Yes, it's been warmer with patchy fog; Windy in the upper country

(Riverton, Wyo.) - The warming trend of this week will be extended into next week according to the National Weather Service Forecast Office at Riverton Regional Airport with daytime temperatures above normal for this time of year. The NWS outlook calls for most areas to remain dry and warm through Friday, especially in areas where the wind has reduced the snow cover or eliminated it. Patchy fog is still possible in the Western valleys. It will remain windy this afternoon for the Upper Wind River Basin with Northwest winds between 25 and 35 mph with some gusts to 50 mph in the area from Crowheart to Northwest of Dubois. The NWS said lightweight or high profile vehicles should be prepared for strong winds. For Saturday, look for it to be windy in the Wind River Basin with the outlook calling for those Northwest winds to move down into the basin at 25 to 35 mph with gusts to 45 mph Saturday night. Sunday and Monday's outlook calls for possible strong winds in the lee of the mountains of Central Wyoming and the wind corridor between Jeffrey City and Casper. While no records were set, Wednesday's high in Lander and Dubois was 52°F while it only made it up to 39°F in Riverton. Lows Thursday morning ranged from 26°F in Lander and Riverton to 34°F in Dubois. The Wind River Basin forecast: [image: Inline image 1] *Feature Photo: Patchy Fog can be expected in the basins of Western and Central Wyoming for the next few days. (Pitchengine Communities) * #county10 #news