The National Weather Service In Riverton has issued a Special Weather Statement warning of elevated fire risk Saturday in all of central and northern Wyoming. They say relative humidity will drop into the lower and mid teens across the lower elevations, and mid-teens to around 25 percent in the mountains.

Winds will be west from 10 to 15 m.p.h. withe afternoon gusts up to 20 m.p.h. across Natrona County. In Johnson County, they say we can expect variable winds from 5 to 10 m.p.h. with occasional gusts up to 15 m.p.h.

Residents, travelers, and campers are being encouraged to take strong caution if considering any type of burning activities. The Weather Service also warns you shouldn't park your vehicle over any dry plant surface "as this  could cause the vehicle to go up in flames."

A burn ban remains in effect for Natrona  County. 

The statement covers Natrona County lower elevations and Casper Mountain as well as the west and southeast Bighorn Mountains, and Northeast and Southeast Johnson County. This includes the cities of Casper, Buffalo, and Kaycee.