(Sheridan, Wyo.) — While officials have said the snowpack levels
are down for the year, a storm
continues to dumps snow across the state today.
A winter weather advisory
issued by the National Weather Service of Billings remains in effect for
the Sheridan area until 5 p.m. today. Total snow accumulation of two to
five inches is expected.
Snowy roads and reduced visibility caused alerts throughout the night in
the northeastern area of the state, and the Wyoming Department of
Transportation has closed portions I-80 near Rawlins and Laramie due to
WYDOT said the I-80 closure may continue for an extended period of time.
Check wyoroad.info for updated information.
Ten inches fell in Jackson Hole
yesterday, and five to six inches fell in parts of Lincoln County.
See full snow totals here.
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*WYDOT map as of 9:30 a.m. Sunday. Wyoroad.info / Pitchengine Communities*
*Feature Photo: h/t @tuckf on Instagram / Pitchengine Communities*