A DEVELOPING STORM SYSTEM OVER SOUTHEASTERN WYOMING WILL PULL A
COLD FRONT SOUTH AND ACROSS THE FORECAST AREA TODAY...BRINGING
COLDER TEMPERATURES AND INCREASED CHANCES FOR LIGHT
PRECIPITATION...BOTH LIQUID AND FROZEN...TO THE BASIN FLOORS TODAY
AND TONIGHT.

ALL FORMS OF PRECIPITATION WILL BE POSSIBLE
TODAY...FROM ALL SNOW THIS MORNING...TO LIGHT RAIN OR
DRIZZLE THIS AFTERNOON...THEN BACK TO ALL SNOW BY THIS EVENING.
TOTAL SNOW ACCUMULATION BY THURSDAY MORNING WILL GENERALLY RANGE
FROM A HALF INCH TO 2 INCHES ACROSS GRASSY AREAS OF THE LOWER
ELEVATIONS...WITH 2 TO 4 INCHES POSSIBLE ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS AND
PORTIONS OF THE LANDER FOOTHILLS.

EXPECTING LITTLE ACCUMULATION OR SOME SLUSHY AREAS ON MOST ROADWAYS...INCLUDING HIGHWAYS 20...220...287 AND 789.