Weather Story |
NWS Riverton, WY
A warm and windy day is expected to end the weekend. Mainly dry conditions are also expected, with some snow returning across the west this afternoon and evening. With high temperatures expected to reach into the 50s and 60s, flood concerns could continue through at least today. Tonight snow will increase in coverage and intensity tonight across the west, with dry and less windy conditions expected across the east. Snow, and possibly some rain, will continue across the west into Monday, then spread across central Wyoming Monday night into Tuesday.
...VARIOUS FLOOD ADVISORIES ACROSS THE FORECAST AREA UNTIL 8 PM
THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR WESTERN AND CENTRAL WYOMING.
.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT
WARM TEMPERATURES WILL CAUSE ADDITIONAL SNOW MELT ACROSS THE
WEST AND WILL CAUSE ANOTHER DAY OF ICE JAMS AS RIVERS BEGIN TO
BREAK UP. MINOR SNOW MELT FLOODING MAY ALSO CONTINUE. WEST TO
SOUTHWEST WINDS WILL BE STRONG IN THE CODY FOOTHILLS AND FROM THE
GREEN MOUNTAINS TO CASPER THIS MORNING.
.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
MONDAY...SIGNIFICANT SNOW POSSIBLE ACROSS THE WESTERN MOUNTAINS.
MONDAY NIGHT AND TUESDAY...SNOW CONTINUES ACROSS THE WEST AND
MOVES INTO CENTRAL WYOMING...WITH SIGNIFICANT SNOW AMOUNTS POSSIBLE
BY TUESDAY AFTERNOON.
.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...
SPOTTERS ARE URGED TO REPORT ANY NEW SNOWFALL TOTALS...ANY WIND GUSTS
OF 50 MPH OR MORE...OR ANY FLOODING BY PHONE...EMAIL...OR SOCIAL
MEDIA. THANK YOU.
Grand Teton N.P. Forecast