Snow Continues To Fall In Wyoming | Additional Snow Accumulations Of 2-5″ Through Tonight

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PINK= Winter Storm Warning. PURPLE= Winter Weather Advisory. Image: NOAA

The National Weather Service has issued Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories for much of Wyoming. They are in effect through tonight. At lower elevations, snow may switch to mixed precipitation today, before returning to snow this evening.

Additional Snow Accumulations of 2-5″ Are Expected.

7 day snowfall totals. Image: Tropical Tidbits
7 day precipitation totals. Image: NOAA

Snowfall is possible across most of the state, but accumulations will grow with elevation. 

Additional Storm Info:

Winter weather concerns. Image: NOAA Cheyenne, WY Yesterday
Snow continues to fall in Wyoming. Image: NOAA Riverton, WY

Wyoming: 2-5″ of Additional Snowfall Through Tonight

* Additional snow accumulations of 2 to 5 inches are expected.
- NOAA Riverton, WY
6-10 day temperature outlook. Image: NOAA
6-10 day precipitation outlook. Image: NOAA

The 6-10 day outlook calls for below average precipitation and below average temperatures in Wyoming. 

Snow in Wyoming last night. Image: State of Wyoming

WY Winter Weather Advisory:

National Weather Service Riverton WY
219 AM MDT Mon Oct 8 2018

...First Significant Snowstorm Continues to Impact Areas East of
the Divide and Sweetwater County through this Evening...

.A strong storm system to our south will very slowly lift
northward towards us through today. Periods of snow will fall
across much of the area at times, especially in the advisory
areas. The system will push east of the area late tonight. Another
storm system will move across the area on Wednesday.

Natrona County Lower Elevations-
Including the city of Casper


* WHAT...Periods of snow. Additional snow accumulations of 2 to
  5 inches are expected.

* WHERE...Natrona County Lower Elevations.

* WHEN...Until midnight MDT tonight.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Plan on slippery road conditions
  especially late tonight into Monday morning. Expect reduced
  visibilities at times.

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