The upcoming week in Southeast Wyoming is likely to be an inclement one, with considerable amounts of precipitation predicted along with frigid temperatures.
Meteorologists are forecasting a wet, cold, and snowy week, with chances of precipitation present throughout the entire seven-day period. Temperatures are expected to remain consistently below freezing, with lows projected to range from the mid-teens to the low twenties.
The National Weather Service released a statement indicating that precipitation is slated to begin Monday night and continue through the remainder of the week. Snow accumulations are projected to range from 1 to 3 inches Tuesday night, with the highest totals expected in the higher elevations of the region.
The NWS cautioned that the expected cold temperatures and precipitation may create hazardous travel conditions. Motorists are advised to exercise caution and allow for extra time for travel.
Those venturing outdoors should bundle up and take precautions to protect themselves from the cold.
The cold and inclement weather is expected to persist through the end of the week, with temperatures climbing only slightly by the end of the week.
Overall, meteorologists are predicting a wet, cold, and snowy week for Southeast Wyoming, with frigid temperatures and chances of precipitation present throughout the entire seven-day period. Motorists are urged to exercise caution and allow for extra time when travelling, while those venturing outdoors should take precautions to protect themselves from the cold.