Deteriorating weather conditions are expected across northern and western parts of the state today, as a cold front moves in from southern Montana. Central and southern parts of Wyoming will remain mostly dry and mild through late afternoon
A cold front will push through central and southern Wyoming today, bringing periods of rain and snow into tonight. Unsettled weather will be the feature today, with strong winds at times. Temperatures will rise into the 30's and low 40's statewide
Another Pacific storm system will move into western and northern parts of Wyoming today. This system will bring areas of rain and mountain snow to the region. Central and eastern Wyoming will remain mostly dry through this afternoon, with cool to mild temperatures and strong winds
Pacific moisture will start to make its way into western Wyoming today. Snow will start to fall in the western mountains. Meanwhile, further south and in the lower elevations some areas will see some late February rain showers, but by evening and into tonight those showers will quickly switch to snow
A strong cold front will push through the northern part of Wyoming early today. Winds will be strong at times over northern, central and southeast parts of the state. The coldest part of this air mass will be mainly located across northern and east-central parts of the state through tonight
Strong winds will be expected through this afternoon across much of central and southeast Wyoming. Even parts of northwest Wyoming will see strong winds at times. Temperatures will stay colder today, in the wake of a cold front, feeling blustery at times through tonight
Wednesday has started out fairly mild as far as temperatures are concerned. By this afternoon temperatures will make it into the 40s and lower 50s in many areas, with 30s further west and in the mountains
The conveyor belt of moisture from the Pacific continues. Many of Wyoming's western mountain ranges will continue to see good snowfall for awhile longer. Winter Weather Advisories are in effect for a bit longer in the northwest including the Teton and Gros Ventre Mountains and the Wind River Mountains. Winter Storm Warnings are in place thro
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