Snow expected in Southeast Wyoming Wednesday evening

(Cheyenne, Wyo.) - Northern parts of the state have already seen several inches of snow, and Laramie County just may be seeing the same in the next couple of days. "Southeast Wyoming temperatures will turn sharply colder Wednesday evening into Thursday as a cold front moves into the area from the northwest. Rain Wednesday afternoon is expected to quickly turn over to snow after sunset across southeast Wyoming," according to National Weather Service. Travel advisories for Interstate 80 between Cheyenne and Laramie have been posted by NWS, as well as Interstate 25 from Colorado State Line to possibly Wheatland. For those planning on traveling Wednesday evening into Thursday morning, you may want to alter travel plans as travel could be severely impacted. h/t: Greg Younger #shortgo