Special Weather Statement
Issued by NWS Riverton, WY

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Special Weather Statement
National Weather Service Riverton WY
1102 AM MDT Mon Apr 24 2017

WYZ011-250600-
Southeast Johnson County-
Including the city of Kaycee
1102 AM MDT Mon Apr 24 2017

...Burst of Spring Snow Expected Later Tonight and Tuesday Across
Southern Johnson County...

Rain will change to snow around midnight tonight and continue
into Tuesday. The heaviest snow is expected late tonight and
Tuesday morning...with one to 4 inches of total snowfall
accumulation by Tuesday afternoon. Highways will become slick,
slushy or snow covered, including Interstate 25. Visibility could
be reduced to under one half mile at times in snow and blowing
snow.

$$

WYZ013-023-250600-
Jackson Hole-Star Valley-
Including the cities of Jackson, Afton, Alpine,
Star Valley Ranch, and Thayne
1102 AM MDT Mon Apr 24 2017

...Burst of Spring Snow Expected This Evening Through Tuesday
Morning Across the Jackson and Star Valleys...

Light rain or rain mixed with snow this afternoon will turn to all
wet snow this evening and continue periodically through Tuesday
morning. The heaviest snow is expected tonight...with generally one
to 3 inches of total snowfall accumulation by noon Tuesday.
Highways will become slick, slushy or snow covered. Visibility
could be reduced to under one half mile at times in snow.

$$

WYZ017-018-250600-
Wind River Basin-Lander Foothills-
Including the cities of Riverton, Shoshoni, and Lander
1102 AM MDT Mon Apr 24 2017

...Burst of Spring Snow Expected Late Tonight Through Tuesday
Morning Across Portions of the Wind River Basin and Lander
Foothills...

Light rain will become mixed with snow after midnight tonight
...then down to near Basin Floor level after 4 AM. The light snow
or rain snow mix will continue at times through Tuesday morning.
Generally expect from a trace to 2 inches of total snowfall
accumulation by noon Tuesday. Highways 789 or 287 will become
slick or slushy at times. Visibility could be reduced to under one
mile at times in snow.

$$

WYZ019-020-250600-
Green Mountains and Rattlesnake Range-
Natrona County Lower Elevations-
Including the cities of Jeffrey City and Casper
1102 AM MDT Mon Apr 24 2017

...Burst of Spring Snow Expected Late Tonight Through Tuesday
Morning Across Portions of Natrona County in addition to Green and
Rattlesnake Mountains...

Light rain will become mixed with snow by around midnight tonight
above 5500 feet...then down to near Basin Floor level after 4 AM.
The snow or rain snow mix will continue at times through Tuesday
morning. The heaviest snow is expected through Tuesday morning
above 5500 feet...with generally one to 3 inches of total
snowfall accumulation by early afternoon Tuesday. Highways 789 or
287 will become slick, slushy or snow covered at
times...especially over Beaver Rim. Visibility could be reduced to
under one half mile at times in snow.

$$

WYZ003-005-250600-
Cody Foothills-Southwest Big Horn Basin-
Including the cities of Cody, Meeteetse, and Thermopolis
1102 AM MDT Mon Apr 24 2017

...Burst of Spring Snow Expected Tonight Through Tuesday Morning
Across Portions of the Cody Foothills...

Light rain will become mixed with snow around midnight tonight
...then down to near Basin Floor level after 3 AM. The snow or
rain snow mix will continue at times through Tuesday morning. The
heaviest snow is expected through Tuesday morning above 5500
feet...with generally a trace to 3 inches of total snowfall
accumulation by noon Tuesday. Highways of the area may become
slick or slushy at times. Visibility could be reduced to under
one mile at times in snow.

$$

WYZ022-250600-
Casper Mountain-
1102 AM MDT Mon Apr 24 2017

...Burst of Spring Snow Expected Tonight Through Tuesday Morning
Over Casper Mountain...

Light rain will become mixed with snow before midnight tonight
above 6500 feet...then down to 5000 feet after 2 AM. Light snow
or a rain snow mix will continue at times through Tuesday. The
heaviest snow is expected Tuesday morning above 5500 feet...with
generally 3 to 6 inches of total snowfall accumulation by
Tuesday evening. Roads of the area may become slick or slushy at
times. Visibility could be reduced to under one half mile at times
in snow.

$$



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