SWEETWATER COUNTY — It looks like fall, or rather winter weather, will make its way into Sweetwater County starting on Monday night through Wednesday of next week.
According to a winter weather briefing from the United States National Weather Service Riverton Office, temperatures will be anywhere from 20 to 30 degrees colder than what the area has been experiencing.
The possibility of rain turning into snow is forecast to accompany the colder temperatures. The mountains are expected to see some snow, while lower elevations could see their first measurable amount of snow this year.
While the NWS doesn’t have all of the details on how much snow and which areas will be impacted the most, the agency believes the biggest impact will take place Monday night through Tuesday night.
Low temperatures in Sweetwater County are expected to dip down to 20 degrees next week. Residents are encouraged to winterized their sprinklers and campers before the cold front moves in.
For the most recent forecast, click here.
Watch the video below for the complete winter weather briefing.