Northern Wyoming snow expected this weekend; Temps will gradually get cooler across the state next week

The National Weather Service office in Riverton is projecting snowfall Sunday into Monday in northern Wyoming, including some heavier accumulations in the Big Horn Mountains.

Temperatures across the state will be slightly cooler Sunday than they were Saturday. Another big weather change is in store for late next week. Riverton and Lander are projected to see high temps go from the low-60’s to the mid-30’s beginning Thursday.

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Dubois and higher Fremont County elevations will see good chances of snowfall throughout next week.

For more local weather, follow NWS Riverton!

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The National Weather Service office in Riverton is projecting snowfall Sunday into Monday in northern Wyoming, including some heavier accumulations in the Big Horn Mountains.

Temperatures across the state will be slightly cooler Sunday than they were Saturday. Another big weather change is in store for late next week. Riverton and Lander are projected to see high temps go from the low-60’s to the mid-30’s beginning Thursday.

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Dubois and higher Fremont County elevations will see good chances of snowfall throughout next week.

For more local weather, follow NWS Riverton!

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