Another Round of Snow May Impact Parts of Southeast Wyoming Early Saturday
Another round of moderate snow may impact portions of southeast Wyoming after midnight towards early Saturday morning, the National Weather Service in Cheyenne says.
"Don’t be surprised if you wake up to some light accumulations and slick conditions," the NWS said.
According to the weekend forecast, Saturday will be cool and breezy with scattered snow showers, mixing with rain east of Interstate 25.
Most of southeast Wyoming is expected to see highs in the mid-30s to upper-40s.
The NWS says the good news is that the cold snap will be short-lived, as temperatures are expected to warm back up to near normal on Sunday.
Here’s a look at the weekend weather forecast! Snow showers will continue for the next few hours with a lull expected later this evening. However, another round of moderate snow may impact portions of southeast Wyoming after midnight towards early Saturday morning, so don’t be surprised if you wake up to some light accumulations and slick conditions. Otherwise, Saturday will remain cool and breezy with isolated to scattered snow showers passing through. Snow is likely to mix with rain east of I-25. The good news is that this cold snap will be short lived! Clouds will depart Saturday night and expect temperatures to warm back to near normal for this time of year on Sunday. Some breezy conditions may linger along and west of I-25, but an otherwise very pleasant day is expected.