(Riverton, Wyo.) – The National Weather Service Forecast Office in Riverton reports this morning that the snow that entered the basin yesterday afternoon is now leaving the area.

Here is the synopsis of today’s weather from the NWS:

SYNOPSIS:

High Pressure will build across the region today…as the latest Canadian Cold Front exits the Cowboy State this morning. Skies will become Partly Cloudy later today…after areas of morning valley Fog and isolated Snow Flurries dissipate. Temperatures will remain on the cooler side today…with a general Warming Trend expected on Friday and Saturday…with continued dry conditions.

 

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR WESTERN AND CENTRAL WYOMING.

DAY ONE…TODAY AND TONIGHT

PATCHY FOG IS POSSIBLE ACROSS THE WIND RIVER…BIG HORN AND UPPER GREEN RIVER BASINS THIS MORNING.

DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…FRIDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY…AREAS OF LATE NIGHT AND MORNING FOG IN THE BASINS AND WESTERN VALLEYS WILL CREATE POTENTIAL TRAVEL PROBLEMS THE

NEXT COUPLE MORNINGS.

SUNDAY AND MONDAY…AN ARCTIC COLD FRONT MAY SPREAD SHARPLY COLDER AIR INTO CENTRAL WYOMING ALONG WITH LIGHT SNOW.

TUESDAY THROUGH THURSDAY…A SERIES OF WEATHER SYSTEMS WILL LIKELY PROVIDE A CHANCE OF SNOW EACH DAY…ESPECIALLY IN THE WESTERN AND NORTHERN MOUNTAINS.

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