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Locally Heavy Snow and Rain In A Few Spots

A few locations will see heavy snowfall today, including the northern California mountains and Sierra and across the northern Rockies into eastern Montana. Meanwhile, locally heavy to excessive rainfall is possible across southern Tennessee into northern Alabama and Georgia. A more organized and widespread heavy rainfall threat may be possible midweek for the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys. Read More >

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Snow Makes a Quick Return to the Bighorn Mountains and Natrona County

Another push of cold air will enter Wyoming this evening, spreading snowfall across portions of northern Wyoming. Snowfall will continue across the area through Thursday morning, with moderate snowfall anticipated.  The best accumulations are expected to be over the higher peaks of the Bighorn Mountains, and across much of Natrona county, including Casper and Casper Mountain.

What/When: Snow will begin this evening, and continue through Thursday morning 

Amounts / Intensity: The Bighorn Mountains are favored to receive 4 to 8 inches of snowfall through Thursday morning. The lower elevations of Natrona county may expect 2 to 5 inches of snowfall, with higher accumulations on the south side of the city. Casper Mountain is expected to receive 5 to 9 inches of snowfall through Thursday morning.  

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