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The National Park Service will close the Beartooth Pass – possibly for the season – from the Long Lake barricade to the Montana/Wyoming state line at 8 a.m. on Friday, September 30. The weather forecast calls for three to ten inches of snow by Saturday, October 1,  on U.S. 212 over Beartooth Pass. Therefore, the…

The National Weather Service is predicting October – and the last three months of 2022 – will bring above-average temperatures and below-average precipitation for Wyoming. The National Weather Service Office in Riverton released the latest report from the agency’s Climate Prediction Center. According to the report, October 2022 looks more like summer than fall. Almost…

Park, Big Horn, Hot Springs, and Washakie Counties are under a Red Flag Warning all afternoon on Monday, Sept. 19, due to a “perfect storm” of high temperatures, low humidity, and strong winds. The National Weather Service Office in Riverton issued a Red Flag Warning for the Bighorn Basin on Monday, Sept. 19. The warning…

Is it ever too early to expect snow in Wyoming? These pictures show that the answer is no! Photos courtesy of WYDOT show the first appreciable snowfall in Powder River Pass in the Big Horn Mountains. This may be the first of many Wyoming snowfalls as some meteorologists predict a colder, snowier winter in the…

High temperatures are inevitable, but this week’s weather conditions are a “perfect storm” of heat that could set new record high temperatures across Wyoming. Wyoming and much of the Rocky Mountain Region will spend the next two weeks at the center of a high-pressure weather system. Unfortunately, that system is bringing plenty of heat to…

Summer isn’t over yet – there will be intense heat, persistent dryness, and possible record-setting high temperatures throughout Wyoming during the first two weeks of September. The National Weather Service Office in Riverton has analyzed current weather patterns and found a hot trend. All of Wyoming will feel the heat from the last days of…

Mother Nature seems determined to cut Yellowstone National Park off from the rest of the world, as a sudden mudslide closes the East Entrance and strands dozens of tourists Wednesday night. No other factor has impacted Summer 2022 in Yellowstone National Park than the weather. But after late-season blizzards and hundred-year floods, weather-related impacts are…

The following areas have a Hazardous Weather Outlook: “National Weather Service Riverton WY 229 AM MDT Wed Aug 24 2022 Yellowstone National Park-Absaroka Mountains-Cody Foothills-North Big Horn Basin-Southwest Big Horn Basin-Southeast Big Horn Basin-Owl Creek and Bridger Mountains-Bighorn Mountains West-Bighorn Mountains Southeast-Northeast Johnson County-Southeast Johnson County-Teton and Gros Ventre Mountains-Jackson Hole-Wind River Mountains West-Wind River…

Raging floodwaters in Montana are trickling into Shoshone National Forest, which may close some campgrounds and amenities in the near future for visitor safety. The “high water event” that has closed Yellowstone National Park and drowned Red Lodge, Montana, is not over. Now, Shoshone National Forest is experiencing some of the floods that are ravaging…


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