SHARPLY COLDER TEMPERATURES ALONG WITH SIGNIFICANT SNOW
EXPECTED BY LATE TUESDAY AFTERNOON CONTINUING THROUGH WEDNESDAY MORNING...

AFTER HIGH TEMPERATURES IN THE 60S TODAY AND MONDAY ALONG WITH
HIGHS IN THE 40S AND 50S IN THE MOUNTAINS...A PACIFIC STORM
SYSTEM WILL ARRIVE FROM THE WEST...BRINGING WITH IT SHARPLY COLDER
TEMPERATURES AS WELL AS RAIN SHOWERS TURNING TO SNOW SHOWERS
TUESDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING. BY MIDNIGHT TUESDAY
NIGHT...SNOWFALL WILL BECOME STEADY AND HEAVY AT
TIMES...CONTINUING THROUGH WEDNESDAY MORNING AS THE STORM SYSTEM
DEEPENS OVER EASTERN COLORADO.

SNOW AMOUNTS BY MID DAY WEDNESDAY COULD RANGE FROM 10 TO 14 INCHES IN THE BIG HORN MOUNTAINS AND CASPER MOUNTAIN TO 4 TO 10 INCHES AT THE LOWER ELEVATIONS WITH CASPER HAVING THE POTENTIAL OF RECEIVING AS MUCH AS 10 INCHES OF SNOWFALL DURING THIS TIME FRAME. SNOWFALL WILL DECREASE WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. ANTICIPATE A LONGER TIME TO REACH YOUR DESTINATION DURING THIS TIME FRAME AS ROADS WILL LIKELY BECOME SLICK AND SNOW COVERED...ESPECIALLY DURING THE WEDNESDAY MORNING COMMUTE.