SWEETWATER COUNTY — Both the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) and the National Weather Service (NWS) are warning travelers of potential impacts as another spring snowstorm continues making its way through the state.
According a WYDOT road impact video, after sunset tonight, rain and snow conditions will quickly turn to snow in the South Pass area specifically along Wyoming Highway 28. As for western and central Wyoming, portions of Interstate 80 between Rawlins and Lyman will be impacted with moderate to heavy snowfall after 11 pm, while I-80 between Lyman and Evanston, travelers can expect moderate to light snow conditions.
Along with WYDOT’s travel impact video, the NWS released a special weather statement for Sweetwater and southern Lincoln counties, the Green Mountains and Rattlesnake Ranges. Residents can expect 1-3 inches of snow and roads, including I-80, may “become slick and snow covered late tonight.” The special weather statement runs through 6 a.m., Wednesday, May 4. For the complete forecast, click here.
For the complete WYDOT road impact video, watch the video below.