Two Rounds of Snow to Hit Southeast Wyoming in Upcoming Days
Breezy and dry weather is expected today and Wednesday before the next cold front arrives.
According to the National Weather Service in Cheyenne, areas west of the Laramie Range will see snow Thursday, and everyone should see snow Friday as the front moves east.
"Strong winds still on tap Saturday, especially for the wind prone areas," the NWS said. "Likely to see wind headlines for southeast Wyoming, especially the wind prone areas."
The NWS says another cold front will move into the area Sunday, with snow developing west of the Laramie Range.
27/420PM: Greetings! An active weather pattern continues for southeast Wyoming and Nebraska Panhandle through the remainder of this week, into the weekend. A nice day Wednesday for the most part with mostly cloudy skies, but dry weather. Next cold front set to move into the area Thursday, bringing snow to areas west of the Laramie Range behind the front. Everyone should see snow Friday behind the front as it moves east. Strong winds still on tap Saturday, especially for the wind prone areas. Likely to see wind headlines for southeast Wyoming, especially the wind prone areas. Starts all over again Sunday as next cold front moves into the area, with snow developing west of the Laramie Range. One last topic to highlight would be temperatures. Looks like some nice temperatures east of the Laramie Range. Could see mid 60s in the Panhandle Thursday ahead of that cold front. 50s and low 60s east of the Laramie Range for the weekend. Definitely spring in Wyoming!