The big story out of a massive cut off low parked over the central Rockies has actually had more to do with the awful flooding in Houston and severe thunderstorms across the rest of the state. Underneath the trough, things were still quite active, but reflected a different season entirely. There was rain at lower levels, but a lot of late season snow in the mountains. In Cheyenne, they stayed clear of most of the precipitation for the past pair of days, but there was a little bit of light rain reported yesterday. The clouds and overcast and pool of Canadian air did mean that temperatures were well off the pace of areas around them. Forecast.io was the owner of the top forecast, with highs sneaking up towards the warm end of forecasts.
Actuals: Monday – High 42, Low 28
Tuesday .02 inches of rain, High 49, Low 26