Expect Snow through Wednesday—1 to 3 inches Likely in Cody

Expect Snow Accumulation through Wednesday with “1 to 3 inches” Likely in Cody

Written by on December 12, 2022

According to the National Weather Service, as of Monday, December 12th, 2022, there is a hazardous weather outlook for Western and Central Wyoming.

The National Weather Service writes, “Significant snow over the west spreading east of the Divide…Tuesday…Light to moderate snow will continue over areas east of the Divide and over the south. The heaviest snow occurring over Johnson and Natrona counties. Light snow will remain possible over western portions, but additional snowfall amounts expected to be minimal.”

Snow accumulation is expected through Wednesday with “1 to 3 inches” likely in Clark, Cody, Meeteetse, Basin, Greybull, Lovell, Powell, and Shell.

This weather will also impact the northern Bighorn Basin and Cody Foothills.

“Travel will be impacted by snow. Slow down, as slick spots are likely with snow covered roads. Visibility will be reduced at times. Some drifting of snow is possible, especially along west-to-east-oriented roads,” NWS says.


Weather spotters are encouraged to report significant weather conditions per standard operating procedures.

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