Major Winter Storm Expected to Impact Central and Southern Wyoming!
Snow will develop Wednesday night, and may become heavy at times from the predawn hours Thursday through early Thursday afternoon.
Snow will continue through Thursday night, before subsiding by mid day Friday.
This snow storms will be a Wet and Heavy Snow.
Roads will become slick and snow covered and at times impassable.
The storm will be accompanied by a northerly wind causing blowing and drifting snow. Visibility could be reduced to white out conditions at times making travel extremely difficult.
Casper Mountain - 2 - 3 feet
Casper - 13 - 23 inches
Riverton - 8 - 12 inches
Lander - 8 - 12 inches
Rock Springs - 6 - 8 inches
Rawlins - 8 - 12 inches
Laramie - 4 - 6 inches
Sheridan - 4 - 6 inches
Douglas - 1 1/2 feet
The News 13 Weather Team will have continuing team coverage of the storm all through Thursday into Friday.
Be sure to catch News 13's Today in Wyoming Thursday at 5:30 AM - 7 AM each morning for latest on School and Road Closures, and watch News 13 at Noon, 5, 6, and 10 PM for the latest forecasts.