CHEYENNE — Just when you thought we might be turning the corner into spring because of a mild weekend, old man winter has other thoughts.
The Wyoming Department of Transportation says another cold front entering the Cowboy State this morning will last through tomorrow night. WYDOT’s Road Impact Forecast shows that north central and eastern Wyoming will see the biggest impacts, but travel will be difficult in areas all over the state.
Interstate 80 is currently closed eastbound between Point of Rocks and Rawlins, and closed in both directions from Rawlins to Laramie. The estimated open time is unknown as of noon.
Expect strong winds, bitter cold temperatures and more snowfall along the I-80 and I-25 corridors through today and into tomorrow evening. But the 10-day weather forecast calls for warmer temperatures into the upper 30s and low 40s by the end of the week.
For the latest road and travel conditions be sure to check out the WYDOT website before you plan your next trip.