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Accumulating Snow Returns to Parts of Southeast Wyoming Today and Tonight.

A potent spring storm will affect parts of southeast Wyoming today and tonight. Moderate to heavy snowfall is possible for the Snowy Range, northern Laramie Range, and parts of I-80 near Arlington, which may cause slick roads and low visibilities. Rain will mix with or change to snow from west to east across the rest of southeast Wyoming above 6000 ft late tonight with light accumulations. Read More >

Southeast Wyoming and Western Nebraska
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The wind rose images display a distribution of wind direction for that month at that TAF location for an entire 24 hour period. The image shows the percentage of time the wind is from a particular direction (every 10 degrees). The color indicates the percentage of time a given wind speed is from that direction. 

The histogram images display the percentage of time the ceiling and visibility flight categories are observed for each month. Flight categories are show below.

 
Ceiling
Visibility
VFR
greater than 3000 feet
greater than 5 miles
MVFR
1000 to 3000 feet
3 to 5 miles
IFR
500 to 1000 feet
1 to 3 miles
LIFR
200 to 500 feet
1/2 to 1 mile
VLIFR
less than 200 feet
less than 1/2 mile

 

 

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