(Sheridan, Wyo.) — According to snow totals from the National Weather Service in Billings, parts of Sheridan County had received 7 inches of snow by early this morning. By 8 a.m., Sheridan had received five inches and Burgess Junction had received 7 inches. Big Horn had gotten 4.2 inches by 7 a.m., Dayton had seen over 2 inches and Ranchester had seen just under an inch at 6 a.m. [image: Inline image 1] *h/t National Weather Service Billings Office* Statewide, the most snow
storm overnight fell in Teton, Lincoln, Fremont and Park counties. Grand
Targhee got a whopping 12 inches, and places in Yellowstone and Fremont
County saw around 11 inches of snow.
The weekend forecast is for a low overnight of 8 degrees, but temperatures
will rise to a high of 37 degrees Saturday and 48 Sunday.
Sheridan continues to be under a hazardous weather outlook as snow that has
been melting on roads today will refreeze this evening, creating dangerous
driving conditions especially on bridges and overpasses.
*Feature photo Wyoming Department of Transportation Webcams / Pitchengine