Weather alert for Laramie County

Strong and slow moving low pressure system to impact southeast Wyoming Thursday morning into Friday morning. Low pressure currently over Southern Arizona will move into southeast Wyoming and Nebraska Panhandle Thursday morning into Friday morning, bringing the area much needed rainfall. Most areas should see abundant rainfall as this low moves northeast. Rainfall amounts could exceed an inch at many locations along and east of the Laramie Range by Friday morning. This low will also bring lowering snow levels to the mountains of southeast Wyoming Thursday night into Friday. Forecast guidance varies on how low these snow levels will fall. Right now, it looks like communities and areas above 7500 feet elevation could see heavy snow Thursday night through Friday morning as the low pressure tracks over southeast Wyoming. Campers, hunters and persons living at elevations above 7500 feet need to be watching the weather forecasts closely over the next 24 hours as the weather could change considerably if Snow levels fall further. h/t: National Weather Service #shortgo