Friday Noon Weather Update

Published: Jan. 22, 2021 at 3:53 PM CST
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - A stationary frontal is set along the Central and Southern areas of Wyoming creating disturbances and setting the scene for areas to see Wintry conditions this weekend. Some areas have seen snow showers since Thursday Night and will continue to see them through Friday afternoon/evening. Saturday is the day we will see true snowfall in most areas however true measurable accumulations look to be spared in Cheyenne.

Areas that are under Winter Weather Advisories and Winter Storm Warnings are the areas we are looking to have the most measurable snow and will be impacted most intensely. Those areas are as follows: Sierra Madre and Snowy Mountain Ranges above 8000 feet. Northern Carbon County, including Seminoe Dam, the Shirley Mountains, and Muddy Gap. Rawlins. The Park Range and part of the Gore Range in Grand County, including Rabbit Ears Pass. The Bear Lake Valley including Border and Geneva Summits, US Routes 89 and 30, and State Route 36. More heavily affected is the Bear River Range and State Route 36 over Emigrant Gap. Converse County Lower Elevations, Southern Niobrara County, the North Laramie Range, and Shirley Basin. Including Douglas, Glenrock, Lusk, Manville, and Redbird.

Long-range: Sunday looks to be a mostly sunny day but cold air remains for the ending of the weekend and leaking into next week!

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