The Cheyenne Office of the National Weather Service says southeast Wyoming can expect unsettled weather over the next week after a snowy day on Monday.

That's according to a post on the agency's website:

 Weather is looking good for the first part of the work week across southeast Wyoming and Nebraska Panhandle. Look for dry conditions both Tuesday and Wednesday, maybe a few snow showers in our western mountains Wednesday. A series of cold fronts begin to move through the area Thursday as the first front begins to move through. Snow expected west of the Laramie Range that could impact travel. Snow spread east Friday as the front moves through the Panhandle. Strong winds possible Saturday for southeast Wyoming. High wind headlines may be needed for the wind prone areas. Next front Sunday expected to bring another round of snow west of the Laramie Range. Snow may be widespread Monday, 3 April, that could bring widespread travel impacts. Enjoy the weather Tuesday and Wednesday this upcoming week and stay tuned for later updates in the forecast.

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