(Riverton, Wyo.) – The National Weather Service Forecast office reports that the next storm system has entered northern portions of the state this morning and will continue through the rest of the state today. The main impact from this storm will be blowing snow, as gusty winds occur across much of the area. Any
accumulations today will be under half an inch. Snow activity will end by sunset, as winds begin to diminish. High wind warnings for southern portions and winter weather advisories for western portions of the state remain in effect through this morning.
A HIGH WIND WARNING CONTINUES FOR SWEETWATER COUNTY AND SOUTHERN LINCOLN COUNTY UNTIL 9 AM…
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FOR MUCH OF NORTHWEST WYOMING UNTIL 8 AM…
THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR WESTERN AND CENTRAL WYOMING.
DAY ONE…TODAY AND TONIGHT
BREEZY TO WINDY WEST TO NORTHWEST WINDS ACROSS MUCH OF THE AREA…WITH THE STRONGEST WINDS OVER THE WESTERN MOUNTAINS …SOUTHERN LINCOLN AND SWEETWATER COUNTY…EASTERN FREMONT COUNTY AND INTO NATRONA COUNTY EARLY THIS MORNING.
ALSO…A BURST OF SNOWFALL WILL OCCUR EARLY THIS MORNING AS A COLD FRONT PULLS QUICKLY THROUGH THE AREA…WITH BRIEF…BUT SIGNIFICANT REDUCTIONS OF VISIBILITY IN THE NORTHWEST PART OF WYOMING. SEE THE LATEST STATEMENT ON THIS WINTER WEATHER.
DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…WEDNESDAY THROUGH MONDAY
THE PROBABILITY FOR WIDESPREAD HAZARDOUS WEATHER IS LOW.
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