Big Storm system rolls through SE Wyoming
Widespread impacting Snow through Tuesday Morning expected for Cheyenne and the Nebraska Panhandle
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - The last week in 2020 looks snowy with frigid temperatures throughout SE Wyoming. The National Weather Service Cheyenne Team tells us what we can expect from this Storm System.
According to reports snow is expected in flurries from the afternoon all the into Tuesday morning. Residents can look anywhere from two five inches of snow in certain areas. According to a Meteorologist from National Weather Services, strong southeast wind gusts will occur with the timing of heaviest snowfall, creating near whiteout condition.
“In some events when we are in a drought similar to we are now. Any disturbance in the atmosphere will tend to not give us much snow, but in this case we are getting a better source of moisture, so we’re able to get more snow out of this storm,” Meteorologist, National Weather Service Cheyenne Team, Rob Cox said.
Winter Weather Advisories in effect tonight into Tuesday morning for all of Laramie County and the surrounding counties. The NOAA ensures traveling along northbound I-25 will become difficult as the night progresses.
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