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Strong Winds Possible Parts of Southeast Wyoming Today. Much Colder with Heavier Snow Thursday.

Strong west winds are possible through Monday for the Bordeaux, Arlington and I-80 Summit wind corridors. A strong cold front will sweep across southeast WY and western NE late Wednesday into Thursday bringing the potential for heavier snow and travel impacts to the region. Read More >

Overview

A tornado briefly touched down over southern Goshen County, Wyoming shortly before 3 PM on May 15, 2015.  The parent supercell thunderstorm moved northeast, eventually producing another tornado at 334 PM four miles east of Yoder, Wyoming.  Much of the damage occurred along County Road 49 and Highway 92 south of Torrington.  The tornado lifted a mile east of Torrington at 4 PM.  The NWS assessment team surveyed the damage and rated the tornado an EF1.

Image of the supercell thunderstorm south of Torrington, WY.

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