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Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories remain in place for much of southeast Wyoming and the Nebraska Panhandle as snow will continue to fall across much of the area today.  Motorists can expect poor travel conditions across much of Southeast Wyoming and Nebraska Panhandle this morning as many roads will be slushy to snow covered.  Road conditions should improve by this afternoon. While additional snow is expected across the area, much of the snow will melt once reaching the ground. Please stay apprised of the latest forecast and road conditions before your travels.

Forecast Snow Accumulation
Latest Warnings, Advisories, and Watches


NWS Cheyenne Weather Story
Webcam from the I-80 Summit


What/When: Light to moderate snow will continue today into tonight across southeast Wyoming and the Nebraska panhandle. Heaviest snow will occur over the Pine Ridge in the northern Nebraska Panhandle today.

Amounts: See Snow Amount Forecast above. 

Impacts: Those traveling should be prepared for slick and snow covered roads in some areas, especially around the mountains.  


Visit for Wyoming, and for Nebraska. You can also access the latest road conditions on your phone by dialing 511.


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I-80 at Arlington, WY

I-80 Telephone Canyon, WY

I-80 Lodgepole, NE

I-25 Whitaker Rd, WY

Hwy 71, north Kimball, NE

US 385 Dalton, NE


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Want to track the storm? Here are the local and regional radar loops:

Southeast Wyoming and Nebraska Panhandle Radar