Snow Fizzles out Monday Night Producing a Chilly & Quiet Tuesday

Published: Jan. 18, 2021 at 11:59 PM CST
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - MLK Jr. Day comes to a close with cold temperatures and scattered isolated snow showers throughout Wyoming. Winds are on the light breezy side, which is good! However, for much of SE Wyoming, a High Wind Warning has been issued until Thursday @ 11 a.m. with a High Wind Watch around the area as well until the same time frame.

Temperatures are being influenced by the short wave of a cold front that is moving it’s way SE of Wyoming bringing frigid conditions for tonight.

Factors to look for since it will be so cold and the ground is still wet in many areas. Flash Freezes, slippery roads, and areas with snow on the ground, those breezes still can produce blowing snow travel hazards through tonight.

Tuesday expect plenty of sun, light winds, and, cold air in the cowboy state. So in terms it will be quiet but not a day to leave your jacket at home. Tuesday night winds look to buff up and start hitting speeds that will be damaging at times through the overnight hours leading into Wednesday morning through the entirety of the day.

Thursday looks to continue this trend with winds tapering off a bit heading into the night but brings in a slight chance of some snow showers in Cheyenne.

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