CASPER, Wyo. – A winter storm brought cold temperatures and snow through central Wyoming and Natrona County on Sunday.
Calm winds and temperatures in the low teens or single digits persisted through Sunday night and much of Monday.
Another shot of snow gave a much-needed boost to Casper Mountain’s snowpack, which remains below normal.
The National Weather Service in Riverton says there’s a chance for more snow starting tonight through Tuesday morning with about an inch and a half of total new accumulation possible.