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Experimental storm total snowfall graphics are now being generated at NWS offices across the country. These snowfall graphics provide a range of snowfall possibilities in order to better communicate forecast uncertainties. Expected, high-end, and low-end forecast snowfall totals are all included. Specific cities and towns can also be viewed in a tabular format, and can be sorted by county, too. Read More >

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SYNOPSIS: A fast moving cold front will impact the Cowboy State Saturday with strong winds.  A tight pressure gradient will form across the state, in response to this front. Areas of impact will be the Cody Foothills through Saturday morning and central portions of the state, from South Pass, across the Rattlesnake Range/Green Mountains, to Natrona County Saturday morning into Saturday night. Winds of 55 to 65 mph will be possible, creating crosswinds across area highways and thus an increased blow over risk for high profile vehicles.  Blowing snow will also be a concern, mainly for central and southern portions, as the area is still covered with fresh snow.


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