The Cheyenne Office of the National Weather Service says up to 6 inches of snow could fall in some areas of southeast Wyoming.

The agency posted this statement on Wednesday evening:

Evening update for a low/medium confidence snowfall forecast tonight through tomorrow but could have localized higher impacts. Looking at new data and current trends - we have increased snowfall amounts overnight into mid-day Thursday mainly for Laramie County, and southern Portions of Platte, Goshen and into Banner/Kimball Counties in central/south NE Panhandle. While we have confidence in these new numbers, they still might be too low. Additional Winter Weather Advisories could be extended farther east along the WY/CO border later this evening or overnight depending on confidence and trends. 2-4 inches appears more probable across these areas with localized higher amounts of 6" possible under local banding and with the help of a localized meso-low in Fremont County that could serve as a focus point in SE WY overnight into Thursday morning. Stay tuned for the latest at weather.gov/cys

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