Snow, wind, blowing snow and cold temperatures will continue to make for blustery late February weather across much of the Cowboy State.  Portions of central Wyoming remain in a Winter Weather Advisory through 5 PM.  Many portions of I-25, I-90 and I-80 are slick with drifting snow and reduced visibility.

The weather starts to calm down a bit on Wednesday.  There will be some additional light snow in the state’s mountains with otherwise dry conditions.  The wind, however, will remain quite strong in central and southeastern areas.  Temperatures will stay cold too.  It will start to warm up a bit on Thursday and Friday.