Periodic snow and robust winds will possible influence journey in southeastern Wyoming starting on Wednesday by the weekend.
The Nationwide Climate Service in Cheyenne issued the next assertion Monday afternoon:
15/130PM: Greetings! Excellent news and dangerous information for the forecast for southeast Wyoming and Nebraska Panhandle. The excellent news? We’ll be warming up slowly by the week. Giving aid for space ranchers, who’re in the midst of calving season and bringing a return to seasonal temperatures for the remainder of us. The dangerous information? Durations of snow and wind impacting journey all through the week. Appears like we might see pretty widespread snow alongside Interstate 80 from Cheyenne to Elk Mountain Wednesday that may possible improve journey impacts. Robust winds close to Arlington Wednesday night into Thursday morning prone to create areas of blowing snow and journey delays. Robust winds proceed Thursday night time into Friday for the wind susceptible areas of southeast Wyoming with journey impacts for mild weight and excessive profile automobiles. Should be looking out for Saturday as one other widespread snow occasion is feasible together with robust winds. Nearly everybody anticipated to see accumulating snow Saturday. Lastly, a widespread robust wind occasion potential Sunday behind Saturday’s system. These robust northerly winds will possible create areas of blowing snow and journey impacts. Keep tuned!