CASPER, Wyo. — A winter weather advisory is in effect until midnight and snow could cause slick roads in southeast Wyoming and along Interstate 80 from Cheyenne to Rawlins, according to the National Weather Service in Cheyenne.
The Wyoming Department of Transportation says mountain areas and higher elevations may see some travel impacts overnight, particularly around I-80 and South Pass. The Big Horn Mountains as well as the northwest part of the state are also expected to see more snow Monday night, dissipating overnight.
More rain and snow as well as thunderstorms are expected on Tuesday afternoon and evening, according to WYDOT.
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The northwest can expect a mix of rain and snow on Tuesday and up to two inches of snow is possible in the Big Horns. Southeast mountains may also see more snow Tuesday.
Thunderstorms are expected to be widely scattered across other areas of Wyoming on Tuesday.
WYDOT provides further forecast information in the following video: