Artic Blast Coming Next Week

A northwesterly flow will bring periods of light snow (heavy snow to the mountains through Saturday), strong winds to the wind-prone corridors of southeast Wyoming, and cold temperatures for the next week. Expect an artic blast by the beginning of next week behind a series of reinforcing cold shots.

Morning wind chill temperatures will fall from the 5 to 15 degree range to the 0 to -25 degree range and continue through the end of the week.

We may need a wind chill advisory for next week, especially across the northern Nebraska Panhandle and east-central Wyoming, so stay tuned!

Your National Weather Service Cheyenne Team

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