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Air Quality Alert

Showers and thunderstorms will (hopefully) bring much-needed relief to the Bighorn Basin while temperatures will drop over 30 degrees overnight. Cody, Worland, and the entire Bighorn Basin will experience a week of wild weather. As a result, residents should prepare for anything and everything over the next few days. According to the National Weather Service…

The Bighorn Basin is under an Air Quality Alert until Tuesday afternoon due to persistent wildfire smoke in the air above western and central Wyoming. The National Weather Service Office in Riverton has issued an Air Quality Alert for western and central Wyoming. Issued at 11:52 a.m. Monday morning, the alert will remain in effect…

After so much heat and so little water, Bighorn Basin residents should brace for a new onslaught of weather this week – monsoons and flash floods. With drought conditions persisting throughout Wyoming, the Bighorn Basin will be getting a reprieve this week. But, unfortunately, forecasts suggest it might be too much of a good thing.…

Thanks to a combination of large wildfires in Idaho and Oregon, the Bighorn Basin is likely to be covered in a dense smoke plume for the discernible future. The skies of the Bighorn Basin continue to be hazy and full of smoke. With only one minor wildfire in Wyoming, it means the smoke is blowing…

Several factors are contributing to the hazardous atmosphere surrounding Cody, which means residents need to be extra careful to stay safe and avoid wildfires. The National Weather Service (N.W.S) has two Hazardous Weather Outlooks in effect for Cody and northwest Wyoming on Friday, July 9. Normal summer conditions mix with abnormal phenomena in the current…


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