(Riverton, Wyo.) – The National Weather Service Forecast Office in Riverton said a broad upper level disturbance, combined with some relatively moist air, will bring chances for light snow across western Wyoming and some occasional flurries east of the divide today. An arctic air mass will continue to bring bitter cold temperatures across the region today, and possibly continue into Monday. An upper level disturbance is expected to push to our south this weekend, however, this could still bring chances for light snow across much of the state for Saturday, and possibly continuing into Sunday. At this point only light snow accumulations are expected through the weekend, but keep an eye on the latest forecast for the most up to date information.

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR WESTERN AND CENTRAL WYOMING.

.DAY ONE…TODAY AND TONIGHT

BITTER COLD TEMPERATURES WILL CONTINUE ACROSS THE ENTIRE AREA.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…SATURDAY THROUGH THURSDAY

SATURDAY THROUGH MONDAY…THE ARCTIC AIR MASS WILL REMAIN ENTRENCHED…WITH BITTER COLD TEMPERATURES CONTINUING.

Top 10 coldest locations this Friday morning plus airport lows thru 5 a.m.

BONDURANT (6687 FT)…………….-35
1 W GRANT VILLAGE (7874 FT)…..-33
BEARTOOTH LAKE (9275 FT)……..-32
OLD FAITHFUL (7320 FT)………….-31
18 WNW BUFFALO (8580 FT)…….-31
17 NE DUBOIS (8400 FT)…………..-31 
1 SW CANYON (7900 FT)………….-30
MADISON RVR NR (6650 FT)……..-30
4 W SOUTH ENTRANCE YNP………-28
13 NE TEN SLEEP (8038 FT)………-27

…AIRPORT LOWS…
Casper………..-22
Big Piney……..-20
Dubois…………-17
Pinedale……….-17
Buffalo…………-15
Cody……………-15
Greybull……….-15
Jackson……….-15
Rock Springs…-15
Kemmerer……-13
Worland………-12
Lander………..-11
Riverton………-9 

–National Weather Service, Riverton

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