Strong Storms Possible Natrona/Johnson Counties This Afternoon & Evening

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A potent spring storm system that has brought significant snowfall already across the northern mountains and Cody Foothills could bring strong to possibly severe thunderstorms across portions of eastern Wyoming including Johnson and Natrona Counties Saturday afternoon and evening. The main hazard is expected to be large hail.  Although conditions Saturday morning are cool and stable, conditions are expected to become unstable and favorable for thunderstorms by mid-afternoon. Please stay abreast on the latest weather conditions. 

 

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