CHEYENNE — You may need to adjust your weekend travel plans this weekend, because the National Weather Service is forecasting a major winter storm making its way into Wyoming today.
The storm front is pushing its way west from the Pacific Ocean, and while we won’t see a lot of activity today, by Saturday the NWS is predicting between 12-18 inches of snow across the eastern and central parts of state.
Strong winds and six inches of snow are predicted for the western part of Wyoming impacting travel from Rock Springs to Rawlins, South Pass and Muddy Gap.
This storm front is expected to last through Sunday night with travel conditions improving by Monday morning. For more road and travel information check out the Wyoming Department of Transportation website. Buckle and be safe out there.
Here is the full Road Impact Forecast from WYDOT for this weekend.