NOAA has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for western & central Wyoming this week.
This advisory outlines a strong cold front sweeping across the state while dropping snow on Tuesday – Saturday.
“Clouds will increase across the cowboy State by evening as scattered showers move across the far west with snow in the mountains. Wet and cooler weather conditions will prevail on Tuesday.” – NOAA Riverton, WY today
Snow is mentioned 5 times in this Hazardous Weather Outlook. We like that.
Jackson Hole and Grand Targhee ski resorts both saw their first snowfalls of the season over the weekend.
Hazardous Weather Outlook for Wyoming:
Hazardous Weather Outlook National Weather Service Riverton WY 259 AM MDT Mon Sep 18 2017 This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for Western and Central Wyoming. .DAY ONE...Today and Tonight Very gusty southwest winds across most of the forecast area. Tonight, rain and mountain snow are expected to increase over western Wyoming. .DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Tuesday through Sunday Tuesday...A strong cold front will sweep east across the area with a continuing chance for light snow in the mountains. Wednesday...Unsettled with a good chance of some mountain snowfall at times with possible snow down to the valley and basin floor out west. Very windy in the wind corridor between Rock Springs and Casper, as well as in the mountains. Thursday...Significant mountain snowfall possible over the northwestern mountains. Friday night through Saturday night...Widespread mountain snowfall and valley rain possible mainly along and east of the Divide. Rain could lower to valley floors in some locations east of the Divide.