Wyoming can expect a little bit of everything for this week's weather.

Look forward to higher temps... followed by wind and more bitter cold

Those sub-zero temperatures are moving out.

But as you can imagine, that means those temperatures are being blown out.

Expect high winds in some areas and blowing snow across our Wyoming roads.

Some extreme cold will linger behind in lower-lying areas where cold tends to get trapped.

More snow is coming this week, especially in the high country.

There is a winter weather advisory in effect for the northwestern part of the state.

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You'll enjoy the warmup until it gets cold again.

Temperatures will drop sharply Friday and into Saturday morning.

But those temperatures will pop up again on Saturday and Sunday making the weekend not so bad by comparison.

Watch those travel advisories and keep an eye out for how much wind, snow, and cold your area will get between now and this coming weekend.

Wouldn't you know it, some of the hardest hit areas for blowing snow will be Interstate 80. WYDOT and the Wyoming Highway Patrol already know what's coming and are preparing for it.

The video below is an extended forecast from regional weatherman Don Day.

South Eastern Interstate 25 will suffer through the same problems as Interstate 80.

The good news is that we have been wanting our mountains to get caught up on snowpack. Well, here it comes. It won't be much longer until Western mountain snow back is right at where we want it to be for this time of year.

Alcova On Ice

One of Wyoming's most beautiful lakes, seen after weeks of winter storms and sub-zero temperatures.

The ice can be heard making strange noises, from snap, crackle, and pop, to glub glub.

The works of people talking in a normal tone of voice carry across the frozen surface.

Gallery Credit: Glenn Woods

WEIRD Wyoming Snow Drifts April Blizzard 2022

Gallery Credit: Glenn Woods

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