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UPDATED Weather Warnings; Storms And Wind

The state of Wyoming will be dealing with wind and snow for the next two days as 2011 winds down. The Casper area is under a High Wind Warning and western Wyoming is dealing with Winter Storm Warnings.

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Steam drifts from Old Faithful, Michael Smith, Newsmakers, Getty Images
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Wind And Snow To Hit The Cowboy State

The National Weather Service has issued High Wind Watches and Winter Storm Watches for portions of Wyoming starting tonight and into Thursday. The Casper area will see the high winds starting tonight, with the western portions of the state getting the snow.

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Michael Smith/Getty Images
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Updated Winter Weather Warnings, Advisories For Wyoming

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the Casper area and portions of the state through early tomorrow morning. There are also Winter Storm Warnings for portions of the Big Horn and Absaroka Mountains as well as the Sheridan area until early tomorrow morning.

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Michael Smith/Getty Images
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More Snow, Frigid Weather Forecast For Wyoming

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — More snow and frigid weather are forecast for Wyoming this weekend.

Another Canadian cold front is expected to start moving across the state Friday with winds gusting up to 35 mph

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Spencer Platt, Getty Images
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Emergency Alert System Tests Nationwide [AUDIO]

There's going to be a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System this week on Wednesday at noon.

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PSmith, National Weather Service
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Winter Storm Warnings Posted For Casper

 After being missed by last weeks storm, it appears that Mother Nature is taking aim on Central Wyoming.

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Mead Calls For Natl Guard Flood Relief

Governor Matt Mead is deploying more than 100 Wyoming National Guard Soldiers to help communities that need help because of spring flooding.

Mead says the state is spending $70,000 to create five teams of 23 soldiers each that will be available next week.  "I'm sending the guard out before an actual emergency declaration.  If we can do some preventative measures before hand we may be ahead of the game in terms of our ability to protect some property. That's the reason that we're doing it. Obviously there's some expense attached to it, but there's expense in not being as prepared as possible."

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Meteorologist Don Day Talks Wyoming Weather And Summertime Could Be A Distant Hope [AUDIO]

After 12 consecutive days of temperatures well below normal for this time of the year, many are questioning if we will ever get summertime weather.

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Flooding In Newcastle: More In Store For Wyoming Today [PHOTOS]

 

After storms across Wyoming blew up yesterday dropping alot of rain, some communities experienced flooding. A similar situation is in store for much of Central , North-Central and Eastern Wyoming for today

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k2news brian scott
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Severe Weather Awareness Week: Are You Prepared? [AUDIO]

If you live in Natrona County, today at 10:30am you will hear sirens and a message over the emergency warning loudspeakers placed around the county.

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