Special Weather Statement
Issued by NWS Riverton, WY

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Special Weather Statement
National Weather Service Riverton WY
144 PM MDT Mon Mar 20 2017

WYZ010-210300-
Northeast Johnson County-
Including the city of Buffalo
144 PM MDT Mon Mar 20 2017

An approaching weather system will bring a period of cold rain,
possibly changing to snow later this evening before ending after
midnight. However, patchy freezing drizzle is possible after
midnight. Snowfall of a dusting to as much as an inch or two is
possible later this evening. If freezing drizzle does develop, it
is expected to be quite light but it still could freeze on some
surfaces. Be alert for wet to potentially slick roads overnight.

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WYZ003-210300-
Cody Foothills-
Including the cities of Cody and Meeteetse
144 PM MDT Mon Mar 20 2017

An approaching weather system will keep a period of cold rain
across the area, possibly changing to snow later this evening
before ending after midnight. However, patchy freezing drizzle is
possible after midnight. Snowfall will be quite light with only a
dusting to an inch at most, mainly over the higher terrain. If
freezing drizzle does develop, it is expected to be quite light
but it still could freeze on some surfaces. Be alert for wet to
potentially slick roads overnight.

$$

WYZ020-022-210300-
Natrona County Lower Elevations-Casper Mountain-
Including the city of Casper
144 PM MDT Mon Mar 20 2017

An approaching weather system will bring a period of rain showers
to the lower elevations and a period of rain turning to snow
showers on Casper Mountain this evening. An isolated thunderstorm
is also possible. Rainfall amounts from one tenth to as much as
one quarter inch is possible with a dusting to an inch or two of
snow on higher spots of Casper Mountain. Be alert for wet roads
across the lower elevations with brief slick spots on Casper
Mountain. The precipitation should all but end later tonight. A
more significant system could impact the area later Wednesday
night through Thursday night with a cold rain possibly changing to
snow on Thursday.


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