CHEYENNE – Late season snow storm will continue to impact parts of Southeast Wyoming and the western Nebraska panhandle through tonight, according to the National Weather Service forecast center in Cheyenne.
A strong late season winter-like storm will continue moving slowly across southeastern Wyoming and western Nebraska tonight, bringing additional rounds of snow. Snow levels will continue to fall to 3,500 feet tonight allowing snow to become widespread for areas east of I-25. Heavy accumulations are possible in the higher elevations with lighter snow amounts in the lower elevations. But some travel impacts will be possible through tonight.
The Winter Weather Advisory is in effect through 6 a.m. Wednesday, with periods of heavy, wet snow. An addition two to four inches of snow is possible, with the greatest amounts of accumulation at altitudes above 4,000 feet.
Motorists should plan on slippery road conditions, exacerbated by winds gusting to as much as 30 miles per hour. Hazardous road conditions could impact both the Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning commute.
The latest road conditions may be obtained by calling 5 1 1.