CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Travel is hazardous in much of southeast Wyoming after a snowstorm swept through the state.

The Wyoming Department of Transportation reports numerous slick roads, including Interstate 80 from the Nebraska state line to near Rawlins.

Black ice is a major problem in other areas, including Lusk and Douglas.

The National Weather Service reports most areas of central and southern Wyoming received 2 to 4 inches of snow. Mountain areas received up to 9 inches.

The Weather Service says the state will see widespread snow showers Thursday but little additional accumulation in the lower elevations.