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Tornado Warning Test Date Changed

The date of the test tornado warning to be conducted by the National Weather Service during Wyoming Severe Weather Awareness Week has been changed. The new date of the test tornado warning will be Friday, April 25, at 1030 am

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Fremont County Wait and See

RIVERTON, WYO. (AP) — Fremont County officials have decided not to fill sandbags right now as they prepare for possible flooding.

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Flooding in Big Horn County, March
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Flooding Concerns With Wyoming’s Spring Thaw

Wyoming is facing above-normal snowpack across the state, which could lead to dangers from flooding this spring.

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Wyoming Snowpack Above Normal

Wyoming's snowpack remains well above normal this winter.

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Icicles Hanging in the Sunshine, Mark Wilson, Getty Images
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Beware of Dangerous Icicles Hanging Over Your Head

The forecast for the remainder of this week calls for colder temperatures so we'll most likely be seeing fewer icicles..

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Bull Elk
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Elk Find Adequate Forage at Refuge

Biologists say forage conditions at the National Elk Refuge remain good enough that supplemental feeding of elk and bison isn't required yet this winter.

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Cheyenne Received About 3 Inches of Fluffy Snowflakes

Did you have to sweep any snow this morning?

Cheyenne received less than 3 inches of fluffy white snow this Thursday morning, so shoveling it from the sidewalks was a piece of cake. A broom could handle the job and the sun did the rest.

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Sub Zero Temperature Survival Tips

Do you have any winter survival tips to help make it through the below zero temperatures?

The mass of arctic air that swooped into our area this week lowered temperatures into the double digits below zero. Many Wyomingites who have survived extreme cold snaps before have some valuable advice.

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Snow, Frigid Temperatures Spreading Across Wyoming

More snow is falling across Wyoming and an Arctic cold front could cause temperatures to plunge by 50 degrees or more in some spots.

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Wyoming Braces for Cold Snap

The cowboy state is bracing itself for a cold snap as a substantial Arctic cold front is affecting the majority of the Western United states including most of Wyoming.

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