WYDOT update on road closure status for Wyoming and reports for southeast Wyoming near Cheyenne

Closures will continue to the Interstate 80 corridor in Wyoming due to high winds, blowing snow, and reduced visibility. Drifting snow and ice on roadways have required Wyoming Highway Patrol to assist stranded and stuck motorists in the Arlington and Elk Mountain area. Troopers continue to work in sustained winds of 45 mph with gusts 60+ mph. WYDOT: "If the winds ramp down this afternoon as forecast, we hope to have the roadway reopened by late afternoon." Here are the most up-to-date closures and advisories from WYDOT in the southeast area of the state near Cheyenne: - *I80: *Closed WESTBOUND due to winter conditions between Laramie and Cheyenne. No light trailers EASTBOUND between Laramie and Cheyenne. Reduced visibility EASTBOUND between Exit 323, Happy Jack Rd and Exit 335, Buford. - - *I25: *Closed BOTH DIRECTIONS due to winter conditions between Cheyenne and Wheatland. - *I25: *Open BOTH DIRECTIONS between the Colorado State Line and Cheyenne. - - *US85:* All alerts have been lifted between Cheyenne and Torrington. - - *WY210: *No light trailers between Cheyenne and I-80. Extreme blow over risk between Cheyenne and I-80. Reduced visibility between Mile Marker 16, County Rd 109, Table Mtn Rd and I-80. No unnecessary travel between Curt Gowdy State Park and I-80. *Feature photo: Pitchengine Communities* #shortgo #wydot #news