November Blows In with Winter Storm
Written by Andrew-Rossi on November 2, 2017
If you haven’t looked outside yet, you’d better grab that winter coat. Don’t forget your gloves and boots, either, because November has blown in a pretty major winter storm.
While in town there’s been only a small amount of accumulation, residents of the North Fork corridor reported over 7 inches of snow as of 8 p.m. last night, knocking out power temporarily – and the snow is expected to keep falling through this morning.
But it won’t be over that easy – according to the National Weather Service, another more powerful snowstorm is setting up for the western mountains of Wyoming beginning Friday morning and continuing through Saturday evening. As much as 2 feet of snowfall is expected across much of the area – and rain is included in the forecast, which means slick road conditions will hamper travel the rest of the week.
All roads in and out of Cody right now are slick with snowfall.