Tuesday’s Forecast - Snow and Winds
Monday, January 4
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -
Ahead of Tuesday a cold front moves into the western part of the state bringing snow, cold temperatures, and windy conditions. A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for the Tetons until Tuesday at 3pm. Another Winter Storm Warning is in effect for the higher elevations in Carbon and Albany counties until Tuesday at 5pm. These areas will receive the most snow from 8-14 inches. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for areas in the purple until Tuesday at 3pm. These areas could see 6-12 inches. High Wind Warnings are in effect for the southeastern parts of Wyoming until tomorrow at 11pm. High Wind Warnings are in effect for Laramie county until tomorrow at 5pm.
Please stay weather aware tomorrow as snow squalls are possible tomorrow in the southeastern parts of Wyoming. Casper could see up to two inches of snow over the course of this cold front, while Cheyenne will be lucky to see half an inch. Depending on where snow squalls line up these areas will overachieve on snow totals.
Snow will starting moving east overnight with a couple burst of moisture tomorrow morning in the northern part of the state moving southward throughout the day. As this cold front comes through the winds will pick back up with gusts in 60s-70mph and sustain winds in the 30-40mph range.
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