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 >
About NWS Cheyenne
Thank you for visiting the National Weather Service Cheyenne, WY office infomation page. NWS Cheyenne operates 24/7/365, and is staffed by 23 people. We are here to serve you in the Nebraska panhandle and southeast Wyoming.
Your NWS Cheyenne office team of 23 people is comprised of a Meteorologist-in-Charge (MIC), a Warning and Coordination Meteorologist (WCM), a Science and Operations Officer (SOO),an Administrative Support Assistant (ASA), five Senior Forecasters, five General Forecasters, a Meteorologist Intern, an Observation Program Leader (OPL), two Hydrometeorological Technicians (HMT), an Electronics Systems Analyst (ESA), an Information Technology Officer (ITO), two Electronics Technicians (ET) and one Facilities Engineering Technician (FET).