The cold front that came through Sunday afternoon has brought in snow showers and will continue to bring snow to portions of the state through this evening. Portions of northwest and southern Wyoming will see off and snow showers throughout the day, with some additional accumulations
After a brief break from the wind, it will return today and continue tonight for many portions of the state. Southern and central Wyoming will experience the brunt of the wind. High wind prone areas along I-80 around Elk Mountain and Arlington and along and to the west of I-25 near Bordeaux will have winds gusting up to 60 mph at times
The most recent cold front is well to our south, but has left behind some very cold temperatures. Highs will struggle to get into the teens and 20s today. Despite the chilly conditions, the weather will be quiet, dry and calm
A cold front will travel through the state today bringing with it increasing clouds and a chance of snow. Northern and eastern counties look to be in the best position for snowfall, but accumulations are expected to be light in the lower elevations, perhaps an inch or two late today through early Thursday morning
Portions of eastern and southern Wyoming will have to put up with the wind for yet another day. High Wind Warnings remain in effect through 2PM for stretches of I-80 in the southeast and along and just to the west of I-25. West to southwest winds in the warning
In the wake of a weak cold front this morning, temperatures across the state of Wyoming will be cooler. Western locations will see highs in the 20's to 30's, while central and eastern locations will see highs more toward the 30's to low 40's
Good morning southeast Wyoming and happy Friday! Temperatures will start to warm up a bit today, with highs turning very mild. Temperatures will rise into the 40's and low 50's in some locations. Expect high pressure to bring plenty of sunshine and minimal cloud-cover as well
It will be a warmer day across the Cowboy State today. A mix of sun and clouds and strong west winds will make for the more mild temperatures. Highs will be in the 40s and lower 50s today, with 30s for the high country
As far as the weather is concerned, the state can almost be split in two. Pacific moisture continuing to move up and over the higher elevations will continue to bring snow to our state's mountains for the next few days
Weather systems caring moisture from the Pacific and going up and over the higher elevations will bring additional snow to the western third of the state for the next couple of days. Scattered snow showers will develop in western counties later today and continue on Thursday
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