Cool, rainy conditions for Tuesday; higher elevations likely to see snow accumulation

    (Fremont County, WY) – County 10 meteorologist Dave Lipson has shared that the mid level circulation will be tracking east across central Wyoming today, May 21, which will result in occasional rain for most areas, and possible thunderstorms for southern Fremont County near Jeffrey City.

    Higher elevations should be experiencing some snow accumulations today as well, Lispon added, with Sinks Canyon likely to see 1-3 inches by mid-day, and 3-6 inches for the South Pass area.

    That snow should melt relatively quickly though, and Lipson says to expect lingering rain showers and possible patchy fog later tonight.


    The National Weather Service in Riverton has also shared that showers will be most numerous east of the divide, and that tomorrow will be warmer with any showers mainly restricted to western Wyoming.

    High temperatures will be in the 50’s and 40’s for most today, with the South Pass area only topping out at around 39 degrees.

    Lows tonight will be in the 30s and upper 20’s.

    h/t NWSR

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