Webcams tell the tale of a Wyoming that's been crippled by a winter storm yet left unscathed in other parts.

As a weekend winter storm has essentially shut down most of the Cowboy State, it seems to be business as usual in northern portions of Wyoming.

As of 1:45 p.m. Sunday, here's what it looks like at the Wyoming-Colorado state line:


Meanwhile, at the Wyoming-Montana border:


WYDOT has ceased plowing operations in Casper. Police are urging the public to stay inside unless it's absolutely necessary to travel.

Natrona County Schools will also cease operations on Monday.

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