The National Weather Service on Sunday built Casper's winter storm with a warning saying that western and central Wyoming must see significant snowfall Monday night. with eight to nine inches expected in southern Casper. The Kasper Mountain could see up to 15 inches of snow.
In other places in the county of Natron – and in southeastern Fremont County – snow is expected to grow from four to six inches. Jeffrey City is likely to see six inches of snow.
As a result of the storm, NWS and WYDOT expect that "severe winter weather conditions will make the trip very dangerous or impossible." Anyone who has to travel during the storm is advised to hold an extra flashlight, food and water in his car in the event of an emergency. on the latest road conditions, visit WyoRoad.info, call 51