Temperatures Look For Slight Improvement As Areas Expect Another Wave of Snow Monday

Published: Feb. 14, 2021 at 11:56 PM CST
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - Sunday night, across the cowboy state we will continue to experience intensely cold air calling for Wind Chill Advisories and Warning’s until Monday at 11 a.m. Aside from the cold, more snow is in store for Winter Weather Advisory for the Sierra Madre and the Snowy’s until Wednesday until 5 a.m. and a Winter Weather Advisory for the North Western region of the state until Tuesday 6 a.m. Areas that are under Winter Weather Advisories are anticipating to see another round of significant snow accumulations. For areas outside of these advisories, they look to see more of a dusting or could accumulate around an inch or so of snow fall.

Aside from the warning’s Monday looks to be an improvement into the afternoon as the temperatures increase above the negatives and zero below. More sunshine will come into the forecast throughout Monday afternoon for much of Central and Eastern Wyoming. Western and Southern Wyoming are in for more snow to being Monday morning and carry throughout much of Monday. Expect another colder but not nearly as bitter cold on Monday throughout much of the state. Winds will return to breezy conditions and become more mild for much of SE and Eastern Wyoming.

Long range: Temperatures will bounce back and forth above freezing and back throughout the week. However, another system comes back bringing more chances of widespread snow Tuesday night into Wednesday for much of southern Wyoming.

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