A fast moving winter weather system will move through parts of central Wyoming Tuesday morning, bringing areas of moderate to occasionally heavy snow, according to the National Weather Service. They have issued issued a Winter Weather Advisory for snow and blowing snow until noon Tuesday.

The  Weather Service says the heaviest snow will fall in the morning hours, with total snowfall of two to four inches with the highest amounts over western Natrona County and Casper Mountain. We may see the highways becoming slick, slushy, or snow covered with visibility under one half mile at times.

You can find the weather forecast HERE.