The following is a rushed transcript of Don Day’s weather advisory. For best results, watch the above video.
A spring snow, reduced visibility, and icy roads statewide late Wednesday lasting thru Thursday night.
We are expecting Interstate 80 and Interstate 25 to have the highest impacts with the iciest conditions, heaviest snow, and blowing snow and poor visibility.
All of Wyoming’s roads though will be impacted including the mountain passes.
We are expecting areas of snow and rain shower activity to develop in far western and northern Wyoming during the day Wednesday into some areas of the state by early afternoon.
Watch out for slick conditions over Teton Pass, Togwotee Pass near Dubois, South Pass, and Powder River Pass.
By early to mid afternoon those areas will have wet to slick roads.
Overnight Wednesday, snow will debelop statewide. Falling temperatures and slick conditions.
However, the heaviest snow will focus itself right along I-25 and I-80 in southeast Wyoming. This area could see significant snow, heavy at times, overnight Wednesday through the morning hours of Thursday with snow likely continuing into Thursday night.
This area outlined will have the poorest travel conditions.
Lighter snowfall and icy roads will be found in this area here thru the course of the day Thursday. Also expect poor travel conditions across western Nebraska I-80 and I-25 south into Colorado and I-80 west into the Salt Lake City area.