Shift in jet stream marks change to colder temperatures
A shift in the jet stream will cause a change in the panhandle's weather over the next several days as a couple of storm systems to the northwest will push into the area. Cold temperatures will be the most noticeable effect with a wintry mix of precipitation possible Wednesday night into Thursday, and then again with a second storm system on Saturday.
While at this point it looks there is a potential for more substantial moisture in the weeks to come, Tim Trudel from the National Weather Service in Cheyenne is hesitant to make any specific predictions. He told KNEB News that the potential is there, but that it's too early to make those predictions.
Trudel does say, however, that this shift in the jet stream will likely indicate a start to more seasonal normal temperatures across the region.
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