Wyoming Will Be Closed This Weekend (DETAILED FORECAST)
Wednesday's Wyoming snowstorm was just a warm-up, pun intended. A lot more than that is coming. Here is an overview of what you can expect across the state of Wyoming:
We will have today (03/11/21) to dig out of what hit us Wednesday. Expect some clouds and some sun on and off. You might see an occasional flurry fall.
Most of Friday doesn't look that bad, for the first part of the day. Expect a few clouds and maybe a flurry or two.
This storm will cover most of the state. The only difference in the forecast is how much snow each area will get.
Stock up, here it comes.
Saturday morning might fool you, as it starts off rather nice. But expect winds to pick up as the day goes on. When you get snow simply depends on where you are in the state- the same goes for how much you get.
Most of us will get 1-3 inches of snow in the early part of the day on Saturday. It's Saturday night that we have to worry about. The eastern and southern part of the state could get up to 8 inches of snow. The central part of the state could get up to a foot.
The National Weather Services is predicting that total snow accumulations of 18 to 28 inches are possible with this storm as well as winds gusting as high as 45 mph.
You read that correctly, watch this wind as this system moves in. Wednesday's snowstorm came down soft and quiet. That won't be the case as the bulk of the snow comes in over the weekend.
The snow will continue to fall through Sunday, so make sure you have stocked up on what you need (this includes snacks and Netflix).
Monday will be breezy with a slight break in the snow.
Expect a good dusting on Tuesday and Wednesday.