December 5th, 2016
Light to moderate snow this morning is impacting our road conditions. Give yourself a few extra minutes for your morning commute as most roads are slick. We are also seeing a few closures.
-WY 28 between Farson and Mile Marker 63
-US 189 between Kemmerer and Evanston
-I-80 between Evanston and Exit 39
Snow will continue into the afternoon. Most of the state won't see much but it will be enough to impact travel.
The hardest hit areas will be over the Northwest with Winter Storm Warnings in effect until noon. Expect 5 to 10 inches of snow in the Wind River Range. 14 to 17 inches in the Tetons. 5 to 11 inches likely in Yellowstone.
We are seeing several Winter Weather Advisories across the state, especially in the north. These are for travel. Expect light accumulation.
Temperatures will drop this morning with highs peaking in the teens and 20s today. Yellowstone will peak in the single digits.
Lows tonight will be extremely cold with temperatures dropping below zero and into the single digits.
Light snow possible again tomorrow with winds calming down for the rest of the week. Sunshine returns Wednesday. Temperatures will continue to drop into the teens statewide tomorrow. Single digits midweek. Stay warm!
Weather Anchor Lauren Wells