What Are You Doing This Snow Day? [Poll]
So it looks like many of us are either grabbing shovels or grabbing blankets today. So with 80 feet of snow and winds that are 393,238,023 mph out there, take our poll and let us know how you are spending your wintery, blustery day.
I-80 Closure & Other Wyoming Road Conditions
5 am Road Report from WYDOT for Friday, March 18, 2016! For the latest update, CLICK HERE
I-80 is CLOSED between Rawlins and Laramie due to winter driving conditions, estimated time for this stretch to open is between 5:30 a.m...
Say It Fast & Be Wrong: “Wyoming Snow Fun”
The white stuff is the right stuff for Mother Nature and for those looking for a great time.
When I was shoveling all that fresh snow last week it felt like we had enough of the dandruff of the gods, but The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says our Wyoming snowpack is 80 –…
Snow and Wind Could Wreak Havoc On Southeast Wyoming
If you have hatches, it may be about time to batten them down. The National Weather Service in Cheyenne is projecting at least 8 inches of snow in Albany and Laramie Counties, and up to 16 inches in higher elevations.
The amount of snowfall mixed with 30-50 mph wind gusts is a recipe for closed roads…
Winter Weather Advisory On Until 11PM
Just before 5 this morning, the streets had a few inches of fresh powder and the wind was out of the north at 23 mph. My drive in had it hard to see where the lanes were and judging by the quickly disappearing tracks from the other direction, others were also challenged...
More Blow Than Snow For Wyo
A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until 2:00 this afternoon. Winter storm Ajax blew in with more wind than fluff.
Very windy and cold today with low 30s expected this afternoon. As far as snowfall, most of what we’ll get is already on the ground...
Winter Storm Ajax Arrives In Wyoming
The first named winter storm of the season is here, and Wyoming is included. Winter Storm Warning "Ajax" could bring heavy snowfall over a short period of time, gusty winds, and low visibility.
First Cheyenne Snow
Predictions for Cheyenne's first snow were from a trace to 6", depending on who you want to listen to. The snow came but what didn't melt almost immediately ended up tracking off to the east of us. The above picture was taken about 7:30 this morning while the shot below was 3 hour…

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