CHEYENNE — For a second day in a row, the Wyoming Legislature will not convene tomorrow due to winter weather conditions.
According to a brief press release from the Wyoming Legislature, “The Wyoming Legislature will not convene Tuesday, March 16, and the Legislative Service Office will be closed.” The Wyoming Legislature did not convene today, March 15, due to the aftermaths of a winter snow storm, which dumped around 30 inches of snow on Cheyenne.
Governor Mark Gordon said in a social media post today, “State offices in Cheyenne will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday, March 16, as we continue to dig out from this historic two-day snowstorm.”
The Wyoming Department of Transportation, Laramie County, and the city of Cheyenne are working tirelessly to clear several feet of wet, heavy snow from our interstates and local roadways, Gordon said in the post.
“We’re asking folks to stay off the roads and continue to avoid non-essential travel, as stuck vehicles make these efforts more difficult,” Governor Gordon said.