The Cheyenne Office of the National Weather Service says motorists could face weather-related challenges as Thanksgiving Day approaches.

The agency posted this statement on its website:

''A cold front is expected to move through the area this afternoon with snow starting initially in the mountains above 9000ft. Snow will also be probable in Carbon County at lower elevations late morning to this afternoon. Greater intensity and coverage of light to briefly moderate snow showers will be overnight into early Thursday morning across the High Plains of SE WY and partially into the Nebraska Panhandle. Gusty winds this afternoon into early Thursday morning could cause areas of blowing snow and reduced visibility resulting in some travel impacts. Per WYDOT, these conditions could cause slick spots and black ice. See for latest travel conditions. Conditions will improve quickly Thursday afternoon as more sun returns to the area.''

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