Snowfall, Strong Winds Expected to Hamper Wyoming Travel [VIDEO]
A wide variety of weather is expected to make for difficult travel conditions across Wyoming over the next several days.
K2 Radio Meteorologist Don Day of DayWeather, Inc., says moderate travel impacts are expected for I-25, I-80 and I-90, with high winds causing blow over risk in some areas.
Snow will fall off and on across the western mountains and mountain passes, including Powder River Pass and South Pass. Snowfall will also be present at times, along with strong winds, along I-80 from the Utah border past Arlington through Friday.
Developing areas of light snow showers will develop Wednesday into Thursday along I-25 and I-90, spreading south and east in the eastern counties.
Some snow showers are also expected along I-25 from Kaycee through Casper and Wheatland to Cheyenne. Parts of I-80 in southeastern Wyoming will also be impacted.
Interstate 25 between Cheyenne and Casper will likely see strong winds, as will the I-80 corridor from Cheyenne to Rawlins.
The latest road conditions can be found at WyoRoad.info and on the Wyoming 511 app.