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NWS Cheyenne 20h
Here is a fog bow taken by Sue Engroff Kersey a couple miles south of Laramie, Wyoming this morning.
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NWS Riverton 34m
Isolated to scattered afternoon and evening showers and thunderstorms are likely today, mainly across northern and central Wyoming. Thursday will be mostly dry across the area before showers move back in on Friday.
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NWS Riverton 12m
The National Weather Service will be hosting severe weather spotter training in today (4/24) at 6 PM at the Park County EMA EOC Office (1131 11th Street) in the basement of the old law enforcement building. This is free & open to the public!
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NWS Cheyenne 3h
Mild today with a chance of showers. Cool tonight with scattered to numerous showers in the evening.
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NWS Rapid City 3h
Breezy and mild today with scattered showers, and a few thunderstorms, this afternoon and tonight.
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National Weather Service Apr 10
Really hope this is the last snow storm we'll have to post about this spring. But with nearly a dozen states under Winter Storm Warnings or Blizzard Warnings...it's worth repeating. Stay safe out there!
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Brian Bledsoe Apr 8
Ranchers in NE , SE , , and NW , start making blizzard preparations today and have them finished by Wednesday AM. This storm isn't quite like the March 13-14th storm, but it is going to have a big impact on your operation.
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NWS Billings 13h
6-10 day outlook from the Climate Prediction Center shows a hedge toward cooler & wetter as we move to the end of April into early May. Are we done with lower elevation snow for the season? Maybe not quite....
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⚡️ Simple Weather Alert Apr 21
NWS Alert> Strong Thunderstorms From 7 Miles SW of Evanston to 19 Miles W of Robertson Moving N At 5 MPH. 1/2" Hail, Winds Over 40 MPH Possible. Locations Impacted Include Evanston, Ragen, Almy, Altamont & Leroy.
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SDDOT Apr 10
Highway 212 is Closed in Wyoming. They are seeing lots of SD traffic heading that way. Be sure to check road conditions in SD & surrounding states before heading out today.
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Anthony Sara Apr 12
So far this week I have used my fertilizer spreader and snowblower. Maybe I can break out the lawn mower this weekend...
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NWS Billings Apr 22
Here are the rainfall totals from Saturday, April 20th through this morning, April 22nd across the area.
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NWS Cheyenne 17h
Mostly clear and cool tonight. Increasing clouds Wednesday with a chance of showers and tstms. Lows 35-42. Highs 60s and 70s.
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WeatherNation Apr 10
HAPPENING NOW: Near blizzard conditions in Cheyenne as heavy snow blankets the city. Local airport reporting gusts to 30 mph with visibility down to 1/4 mile.
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Daryl Orr Apr 10
I-25 video 4 miles north of Colorado , 10 miles south of Cheyenne
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NWS Cheyenne Apr 22
Dense Fog Advisory in effect for the I-80 Summit until 6pm. SLOW DOWN! Visibility may be less than one quarter of a mile at times.
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NWS Riverton Apr 21
The heaviest rain & snow is falling across the area this afternoon, lasting through the evening. Lighter rain & snow will linger through Monday with some lower elevations seeing snow mix in, in the early morning hours. No accumulation is expected in the lower elevations.
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David Stradling Apr 22
Above average temperatures return through Saturday. A few shower/storm chances are possible Wednesday afternoon/evening and during the day Friday.
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Beth Carpenter | TDS Weather Apr 8
A look at the latest 50th and 75th percentile snowfall data shows the heavy snowfall incoming to the northern Plains and upper Midwest. 1-2 FEET of snow likely with winds gusting to 40-60mph. Widespread Winter Storm Watches turn to Warnings tomorrow.
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Beth Carpenter | TDS Weather Apr 10
warnings have been expanded into 6 different states (wow!) with this incredible late-season winter storm. Wind gusts of 40-60mph still expected in the next 36 hours, with snowfall accumulations of up to 20-30"+.
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