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630 AM Saturday, March 24 – A mild weekend is in store for southeast Wyoming and the western Nebraska Panhandle, but be on the lookout for increasing shower and thunderstorm chances on Sunday. A few storms, particularly east of I-25 and along the I-80 corridor into the southern Nebraska Panhandle, could be strong with small hail/gusty winds. On Sunday night, rain may change to snow over western and northern areas and continue through early Monday. There is still a lot of uncertainty with precipitation type, but at this time the best chance for light snow accumulations appears to be roughly north of a Rawlins to Chadron line. In general, any accumulations should be fairly light.
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