Snow Possible In SE Wyoming Mountains, 70 MPH Winds Elsewhere
The Cheyenne Office of the National Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the Sierra Madre mountains southeast Wyoming.
The agency posted this statement on it's website:
A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for the Sierra Madre Mountains in south-central Wyoming as accumulating snowfall is likely early this evening through tonight and Monday. Snowfall accumulations around 6 to 10 inches expected, especially above 9000 feet elevation. Use caution as outdoor recreation in the high terrain could become dangerous to those caught unprepared! Additionally, light snow accumulations are expected for the higher elevations of the Snowy Range.
Meanwhile, high wind warnings and watches have also been issued for some areas, including Cheyenne:
Another round of high winds will be possible along the I-25 corridor late this afternoon through Monday morning. High Wind Watches and Warnings have been issued along the Laramie Range and adjacent foothills for strong west to southwest winds gusting 60 to 70 mph possible. Be cautious if traveling with light weight or high profile vehicles!