Winter Storm Takes Aim at Wyoming – Again
Written by andrew-rossi on April 10, 2019
The National Weather Service has upgraded winter weather warnings for Wyoming.
A blizzard warning is now in effect from noon today to noon Thursday for the southeast corner of the state, including Cheyenne and Torrington. That same area was hit by a blizzard last month. Up to 13 inches is possible.
A winter storm warning is in effect for a large area that includes Casper, Gillette, Sheridan, Lander, Rawlins and Laramie. Up to 10 inches of snow is possible in those areas, with higher amounts in the mountains.
A flood watch is in effect for low lying areas in western Wyoming, including Jackson, Afton, Kemmerer and Cokeville. A winter weather advisory is posted for Rock Springs, Riverton, Cody and Yellowstone National Park.