Special Weather Statement
Issued by NWS Riverton, WY

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Special Weather Statement
National Weather Service Riverton WY
1247 AM MDT Fri Sep 15 2017

WYZ003-152300-
Cody Foothills-
Including the cities of Cody and Meeteetse
1247 AM MDT Fri Sep 15 2017

A large early Autumn storm will sweep southeast toward Northwest
Wyoming during the next few days. This storm bring much colder
weather then the recent summer months. This will result in the
first cold widespread precipitation event in a few months. A
steady chilly rainfall will persist through Saturday.

High temperatures may not even rise above 40 today in the Cody
area. Rain will mix with and turn to snow at times today through
tonight including the town of Cody where 1 to 3 inches of snow
are possible. Precipitation will diminish by Saturday afternoon.

Outdoor interests should prepare for a major change toward more
winter-like conditions.


$$

WYZ016-152300-
Upper Wind River Basin-
Including the city of Dubois
1247 AM MDT Fri Sep 15 2017

A large early Autumn storm will sweep southeast toward Northwest
Wyoming during the next few days. This storm bring much colder
weather then the recent summer months. This will result in the
first cold widespread precipitation event in a few months. A
steady chilly rainfall will persist through Saturday.

High temperatures will remain in the 40s today in the Dubois
area. Rain will mix with and turn to snow tonight and continue
Saturday morning in the Upper Wind River Basin, including the
Dubois area, where 1 to 2 inches of snow may accumulate.
Precipitation will diminish by Saturday afternoon.

Outdoor interests should prepare for a major change toward more
winter-like conditions through Saturday.

$$

WYZ013-152300-
Jackson Hole-
Including the city of Jackson
1247 AM MDT Fri Sep 15 2017

A large early Autumn storm will sweep southeast toward Northwest
Wyoming during the next few days. This storm bring much colder
weather then the recent summer months. This will result in the
first cold widespread precipitation event in a few months. A
steady chilly rainfall will persist through Saturday.

High temperatures will remain in the 40s today. Rain will mix
with and turn to snow tonight and continue Saturday morning in
the Jackson Valley, including the town of Jackson, where an inch
or less of snow will is possible. Precipitation will diminish
Saturday afternoon.

Outdoor interests should prepare for a major change toward more
winter-like conditions through Saturday.


$$



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