Mother's Day Snow

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Summary | Forecast | Monitoring & Reporting Snowfall | Safety

A strong spring storm will continue to bring snow to parts of central and southern Wyoming into early Monday morning. Gusty northeast winds, combined with moderate to heavy snow at times, will keep many roads closed through the night, including large sections of Interstate 80. If you must travel make sure you check the latest road and weather information.

A few showers will hang around on Monday, mainly across the western mountains and the Bighorns. Some of these showers could come off of the mountains into the adjacent valleys and basins but any precipitation is expected to be insignificant.

The image below shows the forecasted additional snowfall expected during the next 24 hours.

 

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