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Update March 24th 945 am: The Flood Advisory for Banner County Nebraska has been expired. Flooding Advisories remain in place for Box Butte and Sioux counties until 8:30 am Monday. A Flood Warning continues for the White River in Dawes county until 9:30 am Monday. Some minor flooding will continue as snowmelt from the pine ridge makes its way into the river. Avoid flooded roads!
24/430AM: Here's a look at today's weather across southeast Wyoming and Nebraska Panhandle. Generally looking at rain near and east of Laramie this afternoon. We'll see mainly snow in the mountains and maybe a rain/snow mix out by Rawlins today. This is due to a low pressure system approaching the area from the southwest. Could see a few rumbles of thunder around Laramie, Douglas and Cheyenne this afternoon and early evening. Better chances for rain and snow this evening as the low pressure system moves through southeast Wyoming. Cheyenne will likely turn over to snow after midnight tonight. Not looking at a whole lot of snow, maybe a dusting here in Cheyenne and a half inch at Rawlins and Laramie. I-80 Summit could see 2 inches which could make driving difficult tonight.
24/3AM: Greetings! Look for a roller coaster ride weatherwise this upcoming week. We're looking at 3 low pressure systems impacting our weather. Low #1 currently of south central Nebraska is bringing rain to the Nebraska Panhandle this morning as moisture wraps around the low. Low #2 currently in Nevada is expected to bring scattered showers and thunderstorms to our western counties this afternoon and evening, eventually moving through our eastern counties Monday morning. High pressure behind Low #2 will then build into the area for Tuesday and Wednesday. Spring weather expected Tuesday and Wednesday with highs in the 70s for areas east of the Laramie Range. Finally, Low #3, currently in the Gulf of Alaska is forecast to move into the Rockies Thursday. This low looks to bring widespread rain and snow to southeast Wyoming and Nebraska Panhandle Thursday and Friday. Some model guidance shows really cold temperatures with this low that would make all the precipitation snow. If you have travel plans Thursday and Friday, keep an eye on the forecast as your plans could be impacted. Check back with us for the latest updates on the end of the week. We'll keep you informed!
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