An Active Weather Pattern Ahead
This work and school week will start out with an active weather pattern. Moisture coming in from the Pacific today will bring snow showers to the Wind Rivers and portions of western Wyoming. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for those areas through early Tuesday morning. Areas above 8,500 feet will see the heaviest snowfall.
Meanwhile further east, some portions of north central and central Wyoming will see some scattered showers later today, but the precipitation will be lighter.
Some portions of southeast Wyoming will experience strong winds late tonight into Tuesday morning. A High Wind Watch has been posted for areas around Arlington and Elk Mountain along I-80 and around Bordeaux where gusts to 60 mph will be possible.
A slow moving cold front pushes into western Wyoming on Tuesday. Snow showers will once again develop in the west. Showers and snow showers will spread east Tuesday night into Wednesday.