Most of southeast Wyoming and the Nebraska Panhandle can expect to see moderate to heavy snow early next week, as a potent winter storm is forecast to wallop the region.

The National Weather Service in Cheyenne says it looks like snow will start moving in early Monday and stick around through late Tuesday evening.

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"Significant snowfall will be possible with this storm," the NWS said.

The NWS says most of the region, including Cheyenne, will likely see six-plus inches of snow, and some areas to the north could see more than a foot of the white stuff.

Currently, we are looking ahead to the arrival of the next snowstorm possible early next week. At this time it looks like snow will start moving into the region early Monday and persist through late Tuesday evening. Significant snowfall will be possible with this storm. See attached images for the areas likely to see 6 inches of snow on the left and the likelihood for areas to see 12 or more inches on the right. Stay tuned for all future updates as we track this system through the weekend. #WYWx #NEWx

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