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
There will be a concern for continued light snow showers and flurries across the far southern parts of the state, and along most of I-80 between Rock Springs and Cheyenne. Temperatures will start to improving, rising into the 20's and 30's for most of the Cowboy state today
Pacific moisture is moving into the state, with snowfall already falling in portions of western and south central Wyoming this morning. Snow will continue to fill into all of western Wyoming as the day wears on and will also move across portions of southern Wyoming
It will be another very cold day across the Cowboy State. Morning lows started out in the teens and 20s below zero with dangerous wind chills. Daytime highs will struggle to get above zero, with a few lower teens possible, this afternoon
We are in between storm systems today and although chilly, it will be a partly cloudy to a mostly sunny day statewide. Conditions will be mainly dry, other than perhaps a few light snow showers starting to develop along the state's western border tonight
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
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