Cold Front Pushes Through Wyoming
Few Snow Showers Forecasted in Central Wyoming
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - Below average high temperatures across the state will continue to cool Sunday afternoon as a cold front with some clouds continue to track east. There will be some isolated snow showers in central Wyoming starting at the northern border Sunday morning. Through the morning and afternoon, the snow showers will trickle south and drop trace amounts of snowfall throughout central Wyoming. Cheyenne will stay dry mostly with the bulk of snow activity to the southwest over Medicine Bow and I-80 south of Elk Mountain after sunset. Monday more clouds will fill in bringing snow showers along with it. These showers will have more significant snowfall amounts than Sunday. One to two inches are forecasted over the central part of Wyoming. These clouds and snow showers will stick around Monday night into Tuesday morning before the snowfall ceases and skies clear. Expect a lot of the moderate delays to remain across state highways especially in north and central Wyoming. Tonight low temperatures will be in the 20s and teens mostly and even colder at the north and western borders.
A light breeze around Elk Mountain Saturday night will migrate southeast by Sunday morning. Sunday afternoon breezy winds up to 30 mph will spread from Lusk to Cheyenne as the cold front exits east. Monday afternoon wind gusts increase along the eastern border up to 30 mph.
The extended forecast has the Cheyenne cool down start Sunday night into Monday afternoon into the 30s as highs. Throughout the state, breezy winds will persist from up to 30mph in some areas making it feel colder than the temperature shows. Slight chance isolated snow showers over much of north and central Wyoming will stick around until Tuesday morning when it begins to clear. By the end of the week, another cold front will lower temperatures and bring some additional snow with it.
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