Enjoy the nice weather while it lasts because below freezing temperatures are expected to return to southeast Wyoming and the Nebraska Panhandle by midweek.

The National Weather Service in Cheyenne says increasing clouds late Tuesday will be the precursor to a quick-moving weather system that passes through the area Wednesday.

"Cold temperatures can be expected on Wednesday, with the opportunity for light snowfall accumulations to occur in the Pine Ridge areas of the northern Nebraska Panhandle," the agency said.

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Forecasters say there's still some uncertainty where exactly the snow will fall, but they don't expect any major weather-related impacts.

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17/1245PM: Greetings! Here is your 3 day outlook. Slightly above average temperatures can be expected for Tuesday as elevated to gusty winds persist over the wind prone corridors. Increasing clouds late Tuesday will be the precursor to a quick-moving weather system that passes through the area Wednesday. Cold temperatures can be expected on Wednesday, with the opportunity for light snowfall accumulations to occur in the Pine Ridge areas of the northern Nebraska Panhandle (Sioux/Dawes/Box Butte County). There is some uncertainty that still exists for the exact location of the minor accumulating snow shower activity however, so stay tuned to later weather forecast updates. Slightly warmer temperatures return on Thursday as the risk for strong winds make a potential return to the wind prone corridors of Interstate 25/80. For the most up to date weather forecast information go to: weather.gov/cys

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