Winter Storm To Hit Wyoming
A Winter storm System will begin to invade Wyoming starting later tonight and continue through Thursday morning. This is not a major storm but will bring measurable snow to most of the state.Winter Storm Watch for the Casper area including Casper Mountain from Wednesday morning through late Wednesday night. Snowfall is expected to overspread Natrona County Wednesday morning and last through early Thursday morning. Snow accumulations of 10 to 13 inches on Casper Mountain, with 5 to 7 inches in the lower elevations, with higher snowfall accumulations possible near the base of Casper Mountain.
Winter Storm Watch in effect from Wednesday morning through late Wednesday night for the Wind River Mountains East and Lander Foothills including Lander. The Eastern slopes of the Wind River Mountains may see 10 to 13 inches with some locally higher amounts. 5 to 8 inches in the Lander Foothills.
Winter Storm Watch for the Sheridan, Dayton, Ranchester, Big Horn and Story areas from this evening through Wednesday evening. This also includes the northeast Big Horn including Burgess Junction and Absaroka Mountains. 6 to 8 inches in the Sheridan area with 8 to 15 inches in the mountains.
Most of Wyoming will experience some measurable snow in this system.
Be sure to stay up to date on WYODOT road closures before leaving town!