CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -
The Winter Storm is continuing to push out of the state today. Snow kept falling in the northeastern corner this morning, but has now ended. Most chances of snow for today have ended. Clouds are continuing to be seen throughout the state, but those will eventually clear out in the southeastern corner.
Much of the snow has melted and evaporated in Cheyenne and the southeastern corner, with help from the rising of the sun. Casper and the northeastern corner are slowly recovering from the snowfall yesterday and overnight. This snow fall quickly iced over last night, which caused some issues on many of the state’s roadways today. Several major highways were closed, wither fully or partially. WYDOT is constantly updating road condition, which now are beginning to head in a positive direction for travelling. The image below was updated at 12:50PM.
As the rest of the cloud coverage clears out through this afternoon and this evening, wind speeds will continue to be breezy. Overnight, more clouds will move into the southeastern corner from the West and from the South. Wind speeds will calm down into the overnight hours. Tomorrow, skies will be mostly cloudy. Tomorrow afternoon, there is another chance to see some snow in the southeast. If it’s not snow that falls, it will be rain showers. The chance of more snow and rain comes with the second round of clouds moving to the East.
Smoke will be moving back in overnight, but it is still on the lighter side of the smoky spectrum. By tomorrow afternoon, Rawlins will be seeing more of the lighter smoke returning. The rest of the state will continue to be mostly clear of smoke the rest of this week.
High temperatures today are ranging from the 20s to the upper 40s. The temperatures tonight will drop again. Low temperatures will cool into the teens to lower 30s across the state. Tomorrow’s high temperatures are continuing to look like today’s with a range from the 20s to the upper 40s. The southeastern corner is remaining to be one of the warmest spots in state.
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