Cold Temperatures and Snow Showers this Weekend

Monday, January 8
Published: Jan. 9, 2021 at 12:00 AM CST
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -

A cold front will be a passing just south of our area bringing in some snow showers possible mainly for the southeastern corner of Wyoming. Clouds will start rolling in this evening and over night. Saturday clouds will blanket the skies across the state with frigid temperatures making a prefect day to watch movies or read a book! Most areas will not make it above freeze tomorrow so make sure to bundle up if you are headed outdoors. The good news is the winds will corporate over the weekend before they make a return at the beginning of next week.

Snow showers will start early tomorrow morning for the Colorado/Wyoming border spread North into Cheyenne, Wheatland, and Laramie. The best chances for accumulations will be places including: Cheyenne, Wheatland, Laramie, I-80 from Arlington to Laramie, Lusk, Bill, Harrison, and Kimball. An inch of snow accumulation is possible in these areas tomorrow with localize higher amounts possible. Cheyenne could see up 2 inches possible, best case, the worst case is it will skip us and we will see nothing to a dusting.

Snow Accumulations Possible over the Weekend
Snow Accumulations Possible over the Weekend(KGWN)

Temperatures will start to warm up in the middle of next week with some 50s back in to forecast by Wednesday!

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