Winter Storm Moves Towards Wyoming

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WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 5 AM SATURDAY TO 5 AM MST SUNDAY

A cold front approaching the area Friday night will bring snow, starting in the west and spreading east by Saturday morning. Mountains are likely to see up to a foot of new snow.

All lower elevations will at least half an inch of snow with most expected to see 2-4 inches.

WHAT: Snow expected. Plan on slippery road conditions. Total snow accumulations of 3 to 6 inches, with localized amounts up to 13 inches in the Wind River mountains including South Pass, are expected.

WHEN: 5 AM Saturday to 5 AM Sunday.

ADDITIONAL DETAILS: Be prepared for reduced visibilities at times. Travel may become difficult on South Pass, and Highways 287, 789 and 26.

Snow packed, icy roads with poor visibility will hinder travel
across much of the area Saturday and Saturday night lingering
into Sunday morning.

HOW MUCH TO EXPECT:

Yellowstone: 3-6"
Jackson: 2-3"
Afton: 2-3"
Kemmerer: <1
Evanston: 1-2"
Rock Springs: 1-2"
Rawlins: 2-3"
Jeffery City: 3-4"
Casper: 4-8"
Lander: 3-4"
Riverton: 3-6"
Dubois: 1-2"
Cody: 2-3"
Greybull: 1-2"
Worland: 3-4"
Thermopolis: 3-4"
Kaycee: 3-4"
Buffalo: 3-4"
Sheridan: 2-4"

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