Wyoming’s Thanksgiving travel forecast

The National Weather Service office in Riverton is projecting that Thanksgiving travel could be impacting by strong winds across the state. Snowfall in western Wyoming could create slick road conditions as well.

NWS Riverton released this graphic and the following bullet points for projected travel concerns;

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  • Wednesday, expect strong, gusty winds across the wind corridor from Rock Springs through Casper, including along I-80 from Rock Springs east, and I-25 south of Kaycee.
  • Wednesday evening, snow showers begin across the west. The heaviest snow will fall overnight, but expect roads to be slick and snow-covered through Thanksgiving morning across the west.
  • Use caution if traveling Wednesday and Thursday and plan accordingly!

Weather changes quick in Wyoming, so for the latest follow NWS Riverton!

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The National Weather Service office in Riverton is projecting that Thanksgiving travel could be impacting by strong winds across the state. Snowfall in western Wyoming could create slick road conditions as well.

NWS Riverton released this graphic and the following bullet points for projected travel concerns;

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  • Wednesday, expect strong, gusty winds across the wind corridor from Rock Springs through Casper, including along I-80 from Rock Springs east, and I-25 south of Kaycee.
  • Wednesday evening, snow showers begin across the west. The heaviest snow will fall overnight, but expect roads to be slick and snow-covered through Thanksgiving morning across the west.
  • Use caution if traveling Wednesday and Thursday and plan accordingly!

Weather changes quick in Wyoming, so for the latest follow NWS Riverton!

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