Winter Weather Warnings / Watches / Advisories
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URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RIVERTON WY
128 PM MST SUN MAR 1 2015

...ANOTHER WINTER STORM TO IMPACT THE REGION MONDAY NIGHT AND
TUESDAY...

.TWO SEPARATE STORMS ARE APPROACHING THE AREA. THEY ARE SET TO
IMPACT THE REGION DURING THE BEGINNING OF THE WORK WEEK. THE FIRST
SYSTEM WILL LARGELY STAY SOUTH OF THE STATE BUT IT WILL SUPPLY A
SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF MOISTURE TO SOUTHERN AND CENTRAL WYOMING.
THIS MOISTURE WILL BE UTILIZED BY A SECOND SYSTEM DROPPING OUT OF
CANADA MONDAY NIGHT. A SHARP COLD FRONT WITH WIDESPREAD SNOW AND
BLOWING SNOW WILL DROP FROM NORTH TO SOUTH DURING THE EVENING ON
MONDAY. SNOW...LOW WIND CHILLS...AND AREAS OF GUSTY WIND AND
BLOWING SNOW WILL AFFECT AREAS MAINLY EAST OF THE DIVIDE THROUGH
THE DAY ON TUESDAY.

WYZ028-029-021000-
/O.UPG.KRIW.WS.A.0005.150302T1200Z-150304T0000Z/
/O.NEW.KRIW.WW.Y.0012.150303T0100Z-150304T0100Z/
ROCK SPRINGS AND GREEN RIVER-FLAMING GORGE-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...ROCK SPRINGS...GREEN RIVER
128 PM MST SUN MAR 1 2015

...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM MONDAY TO 6 PM MST
TUESDAY...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN RIVERTON HAS ISSUED A WINTER
WEATHER ADVISORY FOR SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW...WHICH IS IN EFFECT
FROM 6 PM MONDAY TO 6 PM MST TUESDAY. THE WINTER STORM WATCH IS NO
LONGER IN EFFECT.

* SUMMARY AND TIMING...LIGHT SNOWFALL WILL BEGIN ACROSS THE AREA
  LATE TONIGHT...MAINLY SOUTH OF THE INTERSTATE...WITH SNOWFALL
  INTENSIFYING AND BECOMING MORE WIDESPREAD MONDAY NIGHT. SNOWFALL
  SHOULD WEAKEN THROUGH TUESDAY AFTERNOON.

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...1 TO 3 INCHES WITH UP TO 6 INCHES SOUTH OF
  INTERSTATE 80.

* WIND AND VISIBILITY...WEST WIND OF 15 TO 20 MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO
  30 MPH EXPECTED MONDAY NIGHT INTO TUESDAY MORNING WITH A WIND
  SHIFT TO THE NORTHEAST BY TUESDAY AFTERNOON WITH WINDS GUSTING
  UP TO 35 MPH. THE GUSTY WINDS WILL CREATE REDUCED VISIBILITY IN
  FALLING AND BLOWING SNOW IN ADDITION TO WIND CHILLS TO NEAR ZERO
  DEGREES.

* IMPACTS...SNOWFALL MAY CREATE SNOW PACKED ROADWAYS RESULTING IN
  CONSIDERABLE TRAVEL IMPACT...INCLUDING INTERSTATE 80 THROUGH
  SWEETWATER COUNTY. WINDY CONDITIONS WILL CREATE LOW VISIBILITY
  AND LOW WIND CHILLS MONDAY NIGHT AND TUESDAY WHICH COULD BE
  DEADLY TO NEWBORN LIVESTOCK AND COULD CAUSE FROST BITE TO HUMANS
  AND ANIMALS WHO ARE LEFT EXPOSED TO THE CONDITIONS FOR AN
  EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME.

&&

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY MEANS THAT PERIODS OF SNOW AND BLOWING
SNOW WILL CAUSE TRAVEL DIFFICULTIES. BE PREPARED FOR SLIPPERY
ROADS AND LIMITED VISIBILITIES...AND USE CAUTION WHILE DRIVING.

THE LATEST ROAD CONDITIONS PROVIDED BY THE WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION ARE AVAILABLE BY CALLING 5-1-1 OR ON THE INTERNET
AT WYOROAD.INFO.

&&

$$

WYZ010-011-021000-
/O.NEW.KRIW.WW.Y.0012.150303T0100Z-150304T0100Z/
NORTHEAST JOHNSON COUNTY-SOUTHEAST JOHNSON COUNTY-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...BUFFALO...KAYCEE
128 PM MST SUN MAR 1 2015

...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM MONDAY TO 6 PM MST
TUESDAY...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN RIVERTON HAS ISSUED A WINTER
WEATHER ADVISORY FOR SNOW...BLOWING SNOW...STRONG WIND AND LOW WIND
CHILLS...WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM MONDAY TO 6 PM MST TUESDAY.

* SUMMARY AND TIMING...NORTH WINDS WILL INCREASE THROUGH MONDAY
  AFTERNOON AND SNOW WILL BEGIN TO FALL AROUND SUNSET MONDAY
  EVENING. PERIODS OF MODERATE SNOW AND STRONG WIND WILL CONTINUE
  THROUGH THE DAY ON TUESDAY BEFORE TAPERING OFF TUESDAY EVENING.

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...2 TO 4 INCHES WITH UP TO 6 INCHES POSSIBLE
  WEST OF BUFFALO.

* WIND AND VISIBILITY...NORTH WIND WILL INCREASE THROUGH THE
  AFTERNOON WITH SUSTAINED WINDS OF 20 TO 35 MPH AND GUSTS OVER 50
  MPH POSSIBLE BY MIDNIGHT MONDAY NIGHT NEAR BUFFALO...THE STRONG
  WINDS WILL CONTINUE THROUGH TUESDAY MORNING. PERIODS OF MODERATE
  SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW WILL DROP VISIBILITY BELOW ONE MILE FOR
  SEVERAL HOURS MONDAY NIGHT INTO TUESDAY. WIND CHILLS WILL BE
  NEAR 20 BELOW ZERO AT TIMES.

* IMPACTS...SNOWFALL WILL CREATE SNOW PACKED ROADWAYS RESULTING IN
  DIFFICULT TRAVEL...INCLUDING INTERSTATES 25 AND 90 THROUGH
  JOHNSON COUNTY. WINDY CONDITIONS WILL CREATE LOW VISIBILITY AND
  LOW WIND CHILLS MONDAY NIGHT AND TUESDAY WHICH COULD BE DEADLY
  TO NEWBORN LIVESTOCK AND COULD CAUSE FROST BITE TO HUMANS AND
  ANIMALS WHO ARE LEFT EXPOSED TO THE CONDITIONS FOR AN EXTENDED
  PERIOD OF TIME.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY MEANS THAT PERIODS OF SNOW AND BLOWING
SNOW WILL CAUSE TRAVEL DIFFICULTIES. BE PREPARED FOR SLIPPERY
ROADS AND LIMITED VISIBILITIES...AND USE CAUTION WHILE DRIVING.

THE LATEST ROAD CONDITIONS PROVIDED BY THE WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION ARE AVAILABLE BY CALLING 5-1-1 OR ON THE INTERNET
AT WYOROAD.INFO.

&&

$$

WYZ004>009-021000-
/O.NEW.KRIW.WW.Y.0012.150303T0100Z-150304T0100Z/
NORTH BIG HORN BASIN-SOUTHWEST BIG HORN BASIN-
SOUTHEAST BIG HORN BASIN-OWL CREEK AND BRIDGER MOUNTAINS-
BIGHORN MOUNTAINS WEST-BIGHORN MOUNTAINS SOUTHEAST-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...POWELL...LOVELL...GREYBULL...BASIN...
THERMOPOLIS...WORLAND
128 PM MST SUN MAR 1 2015

...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM MONDAY TO 6 PM MST
TUESDAY...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN RIVERTON HAS ISSUED A WINTER
WEATHER ADVISORY FOR SNOW...BLOWING SNOW...STRONG WIND AND LOW
WIND CHILL...WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM MONDAY TO 6 PM MST
TUESDAY.

* SUMMARY AND TIMING...NORTH WINDS WILL INCREASE THROUGH MONDAY
  AFTERNOON AND SNOW WILL BEGIN TO FALL AROUND SUNSET MONDAY
  EVENING. PERIODS OF MODERATE SNOW AND STRONG WIND WILL CONTINUE
  THROUGH THE DAY ON TUESDAY BEFORE TAPERING OFF TUESDAY EVENING.

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...1 TO 3 INCHES IN MOST AREAS WITH 3 TO 6
  INCHES POSSIBLE IN THE UPPER NOWOOD VALLEY AND SOUTH OF
  THERMOPOLIS. AREAS OF NORTHEAST BIGHORN COUNTY WILL RECEIVE THE
  LEAST AMOUNT OF SNOW WITH AND INCH OR LESS EXPECTED.

* WIND AND VISIBILITY...NORTH WIND WILL INCREASE THROUGH THE
  AFTERNOON WITH SUSTAINED WINDS OF 20 TO 35 MPH. WIND GUSTS WILL
  BE STRONGEST NEAR COWLEY AND IN THE ABSAROKAS WITH SPEEDS OVER
  55 MPH POSSIBLE OVERNIGHT ON MONDAY INTO EARLY TUESDAY MORNING.
  WIND GUSTS TO 40 MPH WILL BE POSSIBLE ELSEWHERE INTO TUESDAY
  AFTERNOON. PERIODS OF MODERATE SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW WILL DROP
  VISIBILITY BELOW ONE MILE FOR SEVERAL HOURS MONDAY NIGHT INTO
  TUESDAY. WIND CHILLS WILL BE NEAR 20 BELOW ZERO AT TIMES.

* IMPACTS...SNOWFALL WILL CREATE SNOW PACKED ROADWAYS RESULTING IN
  DIFFICULT TRAVEL. WINDY CONDITIONS WILL CREATE LOW VISIBILITY
  AND LOW WIND CHILLS MONDAY NIGHT AND TUESDAY WHICH COULD BE
  DEADLY TO NEWBORN LIVESTOCK AND COULD CAUSE FROST BITE TO HUMANS
  AND ANIMALS WHO ARE LEFT EXPOSED TO THE CONDITIONS FOR AN
  EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY MEANS THAT PERIODS OF SNOW AND BLOWING
SNOW WILL CAUSE TRAVEL DIFFICULTIES. BE PREPARED FOR SLIPPERY
ROADS AND LIMITED VISIBILITIES...AND USE CAUTION WHILE DRIVING.

THE LATEST ROAD CONDITIONS PROVIDED BY THE WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION ARE AVAILABLE BY CALLING 5-1-1 OR ON THE INTERNET
AT WYOROAD.INFO.

&&

$$

WYZ002-003-021000-
/O.NEW.KRIW.WW.Y.0012.150303T0100Z-150304T0100Z/
ABSAROKA MOUNTAINS-CODY FOOTHILLS-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...CODY...MEETEETSE
128 PM MST SUN MAR 1 2015

...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM MONDAY TO 6 PM MST
TUESDAY...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN RIVERTON HAS ISSUED A WINTER
WEATHER ADVISORY FOR SNOW...BLOWING SNOW...STRONG WIND AND LOW
WIND CHILL...WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM MONDAY TO 6 PM MST TUESDAY.

* SUMMARY AND TIMING...NORTH WINDS WILL INCREASE THROUGH MONDAY
  AFTERNOON AND SNOW WILL BEGIN TO FALL AROUND SUNSET MONDAY
  EVENING. PERIODS OF MODERATE SNOW AND STRONG WIND WILL CONTINUE
  THROUGH THE DAY ON TUESDAY BEFORE TAPERING OFF TUESDAY EVENING.

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...2 TO 4 INCHES WITH HIGHER AMOUNTS POSSIBLE
  ALONG MEETEETSE RIM WITH UP TO 10 INCHES POSSIBLE IN THE
  ABSAROKAS.

* WIND AND VISIBILITY...NORTH WIND WILL INCREASE THROUGH THE
  AFTERNOON WITH SUSTAINED WINDS OF 20 TO 35 MPH. WIND GUSTS WILL
  BE STRONGEST NEAR COWLEY AND IN THE ABSAROKAS WITH SPEEDS OVER
  55 MPH POSSIBLE OVERNIGHT ON MONDAY INTO EARLY TUESDAY MORNING.
  WIND GUSTS TO 40 MPH WILL BE POSSIBLE ELSEWHERE INTO TUESDAY
  AFTERNOON. PERIODS OF MODERATE SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW WILL DROP
  VISIBILITY BELOW ONE MILE FOR SEVERAL HOURS MONDAY NIGHT INTO
  TUESDAY. WIND CHILLS WILL BE NEAR 20 BELOW ZERO AT TIMES.

* IMPACTS...SNOWFALL WILL CREATE SNOW PACKED ROADWAYS RESULTING IN
  DIFFICULT TRAVEL. WINDY CONDITIONS WILL CREATE LOW VISIBILITY
  AND LOW WIND CHILLS MONDAY NIGHT AND TUESDAY WHICH COULD BE
  DEADLY TO NEWBORN LIVESTOCK AND COULD CAUSE FROST BITE TO HUMANS
  AND ANIMALS WHO ARE LEFT EXPOSED TO THE CONDITIONS FOR AN
  EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY MEANS THAT PERIODS OF SNOW AND BLOWING
SNOW WILL CAUSE TRAVEL DIFFICULTIES. BE PREPARED FOR SLIPPERY
ROADS AND LIMITED VISIBILITIES...AND USE CAUTION WHILE DRIVING.

THE LATEST ROAD CONDITIONS PROVIDED BY THE WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION ARE AVAILABLE BY CALLING 5-1-1 OR ON THE INTERNET
AT WYOROAD.INFO.

&&

$$

WYZ015>017-021000-
/O.NEW.KRIW.WW.Y.0012.150303T0100Z-150304T0100Z/
WIND RIVER MOUNTAINS EAST-UPPER WIND RIVER BASIN-WIND RIVER BASIN-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...DUBOIS...RIVERTON...SHOSHONI
128 PM MST SUN MAR 1 2015

...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM MONDAY TO 6 PM MST
TUESDAY...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN RIVERTON HAS ISSUED A WINTER
WEATHER ADVISORY FOR SNOW...BLOWING SNOW...GUSTY WINDS AND LOW
WIND CHILLS...WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM MONDAY TO 6 PM MST
TUESDAY.

* SUMMARY AND TIMING...NORTH WINDS WILL INCREASE THROUGH MONDAY
  AFTERNOON AND SNOW WILL BEGIN TO FALL AROUND SUNSET MONDAY
  EVENING. PERIODS OF MODERATE SNOW AND STRONG WIND WILL CONTINUE
  THROUGH THE DAY ON TUESDAY BEFORE TAPERING OFF TUESDAY EVENING.

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...2 TO 4 INCHES WITH HIGHER AMOUNTS POSSIBLE
  AROUND FORT WASHAKIE. AREAS NORTH OF RIVERTON WILL SEE THE LEAST
  AMOUNT OF SNOW WITH AND INCH OR LESS EXPECTED.

* WIND AND VISIBILITY...NORTH WIND WILL INCREASE THROUGH THE
  AFTERNOON WITH SUSTAINED WINDS OF 15 TO 25 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 35
  MPH. THERE WILL BE A PERIOD OF STRONGER WINDS...30 TO 45 MPH
  WITH GUSTS TO 55 MPH POSSIBLE FROM SHOSHONI TO PAVILLION
  NORTH...NEAR THE OWL CREEKS LATE MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH MID
  MORNING ON TUESDAY. PERIODS OF LIGHT TO MODERATE SNOW WITH AREAS
  OF BLOWING SNOW WILL DROP VISIBILITY BELOW ONE MILE FOR SEVERAL
  HOURS MONDAY NIGHT INTO TUESDAY. WIND CHILLS WILL BE NEAR 20
  BELOW ZERO AT TIMES.

* IMPACTS...SNOWFALL WILL CREATE SNOW PACKED ROADWAYS RESULTING IN
  DIFFICULT TRAVEL. WINDY CONDITIONS WILL CREATE LOW VISIBILITY
  AND LOW WIND CHILLS MONDAY NIGHT AND TUESDAY WHICH COULD BE
  DEADLY TO NEWBORN LIVESTOCK AND COULD CAUSE FROST BITE TO HUMANS
  AND ANIMALS WHO ARE LEFT EXPOSED TO THE CONDITIONS FOR AN
  EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY MEANS THAT PERIODS OF SNOW AND BLOWING
SNOW WILL CAUSE TRAVEL DIFFICULTIES. BE PREPARED FOR SLIPPERY
ROADS AND LIMITED VISIBILITIES...AND USE CAUTION WHILE DRIVING.

THE LATEST ROAD CONDITIONS PROVIDED BY THE WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION ARE AVAILABLE BY CALLING 5-1-1 OR ON THE INTERNET
AT WYOROAD.INFO.

&&

$$

WYZ018>020-022-021000-
/O.EXB.KRIW.WS.A.0005.150303T0100Z-150304T0100Z/
LANDER FOOTHILLS-GREEN MOUNTAINS AND RATTLESNAKE RANGE-
NATRONA COUNTY LOWER ELEVATIONS-CASPER MOUNTAIN-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...LANDER...JEFFREY CITY...CASPER
128 PM MST SUN MAR 1 2015

...WINTER STORM WATCH IN EFFECT FROM MONDAY EVENING THROUGH
TUESDAY AFTERNOON...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN RIVERTON HAS ISSUED A WINTER
STORM WATCH...WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM MONDAY EVENING THROUGH
TUESDAY AFTERNOON.

* SUMMARY AND TIMING...NORTH WINDS WILL INCREASE THROUGH MONDAY
  AFTERNOON AND SNOW WILL BEGIN TO FALL AROUND SUNSET MONDAY
  EVENING. PERIODS OF MODERATE SNOW AND STRONG WIND WILL CONTINUE
  THROUGH THE DAY ON TUESDAY BEFORE TAPERING OFF TUESDAY EVENING.

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...3 TO 7 INCHES WITH HIGHER AMOUNTS POSSIBLE
  SOUTH OF LANDER...IN SOUTH CASPER...AND IN THE GREEN MOUNTAINS
  AND RATTLESNAKE RANGE. 8 TO 12 INCHES OF SNOW ARE POSSIBLE ON
  CASPER MOUNTAIN.

* WIND AND VISIBILITY...NORTH WIND WILL INCREASE THROUGH THE
  AFTERNOON WITH SUSTAINED WINDS OF 20 TO 35 MPH WITH GUSTS AROUND
  45 MPH POSSIBLE LATE MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH MID MORNING ON
  TUESDAY. PERIODS OF LIGHT TO MODERATE SNOW WITH AREAS OF BLOWING
  SNOW WILL DROP VISIBILITY BELOW ONE MILE FOR SEVERAL HOURS
  MONDAY NIGHT INTO TUESDAY. WIND CHILLS WILL BE NEAR 20 BELOW
  ZERO AT TIMES.

* IMPACTS...SNOWFALL WILL CREATE SNOW PACKED ROADWAYS RESULTING IN
  CONSIDERABLE TRAVEL IMPACTS...INCLUDING AREAS OF INTERSTATE 25.
  WINDY CONDITIONS WILL CREATE LOW VISIBILITY AND LOW WIND CHILLS
  MONDAY NIGHT AND TUESDAY WHICH COULD BE DEADLY TO NEWBORN
  LIVESTOCK AND COULD CAUSE FROST BITE TO HUMANS AND ANIMALS WHO
  ARE LEFT EXPOSED TO THE CONDITIONS FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF
  TIME.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

REMEMBER...A WINTER STORM WATCH MEANS CONDITIONS ARE FAVORABLE
FOR HAZARDOUS WINTER WEATHER IN AND CLOSE TO THE WATCH AREA.

THE LATEST ROAD CONDITIONS PROVIDED BY THE WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION ARE AVAILABLE BY CALLING 5-1-1 OR ON THE INTERNET
AT WYOROAD.INFO.

&&

$$

WYZ030-021000-
/O.EXT.KRIW.WS.A.0005.150303T0100Z-150304T0100Z/
EAST SWEETWATER COUNTY-
INCLUDING THE CITY OF...WAMSUTTER
128 PM MST SUN MAR 1 2015

...WINTER STORM WATCH NOW IN EFFECT FROM MONDAY EVENING THROUGH
TUESDAY AFTERNOON...

THE WINTER STORM WATCH IS NOW IN EFFECT FROM MONDAY EVENING
THROUGH TUESDAY AFTERNOON.

* SUMMARY AND TIMING...LIGHT SNOWFALL WILL BEGIN ACROSS THE AREA
  LATE TONIGHT...MAINLY SOUTH OF THE INTERSTATE...WITH SNOWFALL
  INTENSIFYING AND BECOMING MORE WIDESPREAD MONDAY NIGHT. SNOWFALL
  SHOULD WEAKEN THROUGH TUESDAY AFTERNOON.

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...3 TO 7 INCHES WITH UP TO 9 INCHES SOUTH OF
  INTERSTATE 80.

* WIND AND VISIBILITY...WEST WIND OF 15 TO 20 MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO
  30 MPH EXPECTED MONDAY NIGHT INTO TUESDAY MORNING WITH A WIND
  SHIFT TO THE NORTHEAST BY TUESDAY AFTERNOON WITH WINDS GUSTING
  UP TO 35 MPH. THE GUSTY WINDS WILL CREATE REDUCED VISIBILITY IN
  FALLING AND BLOWING SNOW IN ADDITION TO WIND CHILLS TO NEAR ZERO
  DEGREES.

* IMPACTS...SNOWFALL MAY CREATE SNOW PACKED ROADWAYS RESULTING IN
  INCREASED TRAVELING DIFFICULTY...INCLUDING INTERSTATE 80 THROUGH
  SWEETWATER COUNTY. WINDY CONDITIONS WILL CREATE LOW VISIBILITY
  AND LOW WIND CHILLS MONDAY NIGHT AND TUESDAY WHICH COULD BE
  DEADLY TO NEWBORN LIVESTOCK AND COULD CAUSE FROST BITE TO HUMANS
  AND ANIMALS WHO ARE LEFT EXPOSED TO THE CONDITIONS FOR AN
  EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

REMEMBER...A WINTER STORM WATCH MEANS CONDITIONS ARE FAVORABLE
FOR HAZARDOUS WINTER WEATHER IN AND CLOSE TO THE WATCH AREA.

THE LATEST ROAD CONDITIONS PROVIDED BY THE WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION ARE AVAILABLE BY CALLING 5-1-1 OR ON THE INTERNET
AT WYOROAD.INFO.

&&

$$






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