Forecasters at the National Weather Service in Riverton, Wyoming have determined that a winter storm will impact Western Wyoming Friday and Friday Evening.
This storm will impact western Wyoming and bring heavy snow. Specifically, snow amounts of 10 to 18 inches are expected by Saturday morning across the Teton and Gros Ventre mountains and the southwestern corner of Yellowstone National Park. Lesser amounts of 8 to 14 inches will occur across the remaining western mountains. The valleys (including Jackson and Star Valley) will see snowfall of 5 to 7 inches.
Now is the time for you to prepare for this event.
Some reminders about winter weather preparedness:
Please watch for issuances of additional winter weather-related products. This may include watches or warnings for Blizzards, Winter Storms, or High Wind. Additionally, Winter Weather Advisories may be issued for heavy snow or blowing snow.
A map of current road conditions for roadways across Wyoming can be seen at the Wyoming Department of Transportation’s website. You can also dial 5-1-1 from any Wyoming-based telephone to receive current road closures.