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No unnecessary travel advised on Wyo roadways due to slick roads and blowing snow

North Junction of WYO 487 and 77 Saturday 1/23/21 (WYDOT)

For the latest road and travel conditions, visit the Closures and Advisories page on the Wyoming Department of Transportation website. 

CASPER, Wyo —  The Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) is  advising no unnecessary travel on several Wyoming roadways Saturday due to winter conditions.

Travel between Medicine Bow and Clark’s corner is affected. The areas between the north and south junctions of Wyoming Highways 487 and 77 are slick with snowfall, blowing snow, and reduced visibility, WYDOT said.

Interstate 25 between Casper and Glendo is slick with snowfall, and no unnecessary travel is advised.

US 20/26 between Casper and Shoshoni is affected by black ice, and no unnecessary travel is advised between Casper and Waltman.

A  Level 1 chain law is in effect for Wyoming Highway 28 between the Fremont/Sublette City Line and Atlantic City Road.

Under these conditions,  travel can be restricted to:

  • Vehicles equipped with tire chains; or
  • Vehicles with adequate snow tires; or
  • All-wheel-drive vehicles.

Travel on Interstate 80 is also impacted by snowfall, especially west of Laramie to Rawlins, according to the National Weather Service.