WYOMING — Wyoming will see significant and prolonged winter weather impacts across its interstates and highways through Sunday, according to the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT).
Wyomingites and travelers can expect 50 plus mph winds, snow, blowing snow, black ice, slick road conditions and poor visibility to impact sections of Interstate 80 until late Sunday, WYDOT stated.
WYDOT is also calling for a “prolonged snow event” to impact Interstate 90 starting tonight through Sunday. As for Interstate 25, it will also be impacted by areas of snow and strong winds through Sunday.
I-80 between Rawlins and Cheyenne is anticipated to see the most impacts, with nights being the worst. Slick conditions, extreme blow over risks will persist for the next two to three days in this area.
On Friday morning, WYDOT is predicting I-80 from Evanston to Rock Springs to experience increasing snow, slick roads, and blowing snow.
To watch the complete road impact report watch the video below. For a complete forecast click here.