(Jackson, Wyo.) - The National Weather Service is predicting a large spring snowstorm to hit Wyoming this week. "A potent storm system is poised to bring an abundant amount of precipitation to the Cowboy State Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Snow will move over western portions Monday and gradually move east of the Divide Monday night. Most areas east of the Divide will have rain showers, before the rain changes to snow overnight Monday into early Tuesday morning. Areas of heavy snow will be possible in the central basins and mountains. The snow will continue Tuesday into Wednesday morning, with the focus of the heavy snow shifting to Natrona County Tuesday night into Wednesday. Blizzard conditions also may be possible for portions of Johnson County Tuesday into Wednesday morning as gusty northwest wind increases." According to a Special Weather Statement
issued for Jackson Hole, snow will develop this evening and continue at
times through Tuesday with the heaviest snow predicted later tonight.
"Total snowfall will range from 2-4 inches in the Jackson Valley and 4-7
inches in the mountains with locally higher amounts," says the statement.
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Read the full storm overview here.