Strong winds return to Southeast Wyoming on Wednesday, bringing back the theme from last week. Wednesday is expected to be a sunny day along with the warmest day of the week for most locations in Wyoming. A cooldown trend will begin for the state following Wednesday as snow chances escalate heading into the weekend.
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.
Scattered snow showers remain possible for many across Wyoming this afternoon, with the activity coming to an end overnight. Sunny conditions look to return to the state tomorrow and hang around through Wednesday, and strong winds are expected to return to Southeast Wyoming on Wednesday as well.
The wind has come to an end for most of Wyoming with Cheyenne still hanging on to windy conditions. Snow showers are expected in much of Wyoming overnight, however nothing more than a dusting is expected with the exception of higher elevations. More snow is possible on Monday.
Strong continue for much of Wyoming Thursday afternoon, only this time they come from the northwest, bringing a wintry chill with them. Many locations will begin to see these subside Thursday night, however Southeast Wyoming and the Nebraska Panhandle will continue to see them through Friday. Snow showers are expected for much of the state overnight Friday into Saturday, with an even greater chance coming on MLK Day on Monday.
Things are heating up around Wyoming for the first half of the week, however snow showers will move in late Wednesday and into Thursday morning. Strong winds are expected to pick up late Tuesday night and hang with many locations through Thursday, and for some in the far eastern part of the state they will last through Friday.
Friday afternoon winds look to die down with temperatures being chilly but remain fair in terms of conditions. Plenty of sunshine in the SE areas of Wyoming could assist in bringing warmer temperatures before they dive into 20s this weekend.
Winter weather is moving into Wyoming late this afternoon, with the western part of the state having already been affected. Snow chances for Cheyenne continue to dwindle, and accumulations around the state should remain quite low.
The first widespread snow of 2021 is expected to move into Wyoming from the west late Monday night, with most of the impacts around the state coming on Tuesday. Strong winds are expected to accompany the snow, and could potentially lead to road closures.
Strong high winds have kept us up all night this weekend, as they howled through the cities of Southern, Central, and, Eastern Wyoming. High Wind Warning’s have expired in Central Wyoming however, have been reissued in SE Wyoming through Sunday Night. Rest of the night, expect it to be chilly, windy at the start with winds tapering off throughout the late night.
How about those winds though! Plenty of advisories and warning’s have cleared off this afternoon. However, Southern and South Eastern Wyoming continue to be under a High Wind Warning until Friday at 11 a.m. In addition to the madness, temperatures look to be well below freezing today bringing wind chill values to below 0 degree throughout the afternoon and even worse, tonight.
Another day of warmth for much of the Eastern and Central regions of the state as areas have hit lower 60s and mid to upper 50 degree temperatures this afternoon. However, the same cannot be said for the Western half of the state. From Jackson to Yellowstone and making its way to Lander and Rawlins. The cold front has brought in colder air and plenty of moisture to develop snow that is falling early this afternoon.
Winds continue to howl across Wyoming as we have a High Wind Warning in effect until 5 p.m. this evening for Albany, Laramie and Platte Counties. I-25 North/Southbound is closed for light and high profile vehicle due to extreme blow over risk. This also includes West/Eastbound I-80.
Snow showers have started in Worland and surrounding north east regions of Wyoming. Snow looks to be light in lower elevations and have a higher concentration on the mountain ranges from the North down to Southern Wyoming.
Tonight looks to be another chilly one in the Cowboy State. Winds have tapered down tonight however, a High Wind Warning is in place for Elk Mountain until Thursday at 11 a.m. In addition, lets talk some SNOW! A Winter Weather Advisory is in place for: Fremont, Teton, Lincoln & Sublette counties, through Thursday night.
A cold Sunday night across the cowboy state. With it, the third wave of snow has started in the Western regions of Wyoming. Higher elevations in the mountains around Riverton and in Jackson are seeing snow tonight. This third system is brought by another Low-Pressure system influencing another cold front that will remain for the next couple of days.
Friday brought cold temperatures and snowy conditions to a few areas in the cowboy state. The snow has impacted our roads. Slippery and icy conditions are expected tonight and Saturday with frigid temperatures mixed in with the melted and fallen snow.
Dense Fog Advisory in place for Albany, Laramie and Carbon counties until Friday at 3 a.m.The snow has began in Cheyenne as the snow system we have been tracking for the last few days has finally arrived in Wyoming. Owl Creek Mts. were the first to see snow on Thursday afternoon. Now, as we are well underway into our nighttime hours. Snow is falling in Cheyenne and is making it’s way to other areas in Wyoming.