Winter Storm Warning in effect until 6am Wednesday for the Casper area including Casper Mountain. Snow accumulations of 6 to 9 inches across the lower elevations of Natrona County including Casper along with 10-20 inches on Casper Mountain possible.

Winter Storm Warning is in effect from  until 6am Wednesday for the Glenrock, Douglas, Lusk, Medicine Bow, Glendo, Wheatland and Torrington areas. 6 to 9 inches of snow below 7500 feet with 8 to 14 inches possible across the Northern Laramie Range and Ferris and Shirley Mountains across Carbon County.

Winter Storm Warning in effect from 3pm this afternoon through 9am Wednesday morning for a large portion of southcentral and southeast Wyoming including the Laramie, Cheyenne, Elk Mountain, Whitaker, Burns, Carpenter areas. Total snow accumulations of 6 to 10 inches across the lower elevations below 7500 feet with 12-18 inches of snow across the Southern Laramie and  Snowy Ranges.

Winter Storm Warning in effect until 6am Wednesday for the Lander and Jeffrey City areas.5 to 8 inches in the Jeffrey City area. 8 to 12 inches elsewhere in the lower elevations with 12 to 20 inches on the east slope of the Wind River Mountains.

Winter Weather Advisories are in effect for portions of southeast Wyoming including the Rock Springs, Green River,Kemmerer, Cokeville Big Piney, LaBarge and Farson areas until 6am Wednesday. 3 to 6 inches of snow with 2-4 inches in the eastern part of Sweetwater County.

Winter Weather Advisory for the Buffalo and Kaycee areas until midnight tonight. Total snowfall of 2 to 5 inches is expected.

Winter Weather Advisory for the Rawlins, Sinclair, Hanna, Saratoga and Encampment areas until 9am Wednesday. 4 to 6 inches of snow is expected.

Winter Weather Advisory for the Bighorn Mountains through Tuesday night. 6 to 10 inches can be expected with higher amounts in the northwest Bighorns.

Winter Weather Advisory for the Thermopolis, Worland, Dubois, Riverton and Shoshoni areas until 3am Wednesday. 3 to 5 inches of snow is expected.

Winter Weather Advisory for the Absaroka Mountains until midnight. More than 6 inches is expected at elevations higher than 8000 feet. With lower amounts at the lower elevations.