(Riverton, Wyo.) - For folks who are
loving the moisture, this coming week will be like Valentines Day. More is
on the way.
The National Weather Service Forecast Office at Riverton Regional Airport
said a storm system moving across Utah and Colorado tonight through Tuesday
night will result in significant rain and snow across Central Wyoming.
According to the NWS, significant snowfall is expected over the eastern
slopes of the Wind River Ranger though Tuesday night. Most of the lower
elevation below 7,000 feet will change from rain to snow between 2 and 9
a.m Tuesday. The Lander Foothills could see significant snowfall
In advance of the storm the NWS said expected conditions over south Pass
and highways in Southeast Fremont County, 789 and 287, could be difficult
for motorists. The weather service also noted that shoveling the wet heavy
snow could lead to overexertion.
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