- Hazardous travel conditions likely Saturday night through Sunday night with moderate snowfall and blowing snow resulting in slick and icy roads.
- Temperatures quickly falling Saturday afternoon and evening. Very cold on Sunday (for this time of year) with snow.
- Widespread 4 to 7 inches of snow possible, with up to a foot for the mountains
Hazards: Widespread snowfall. Total snowfall accumulations will generally
range from 4 to 7 inches in the plains of Wyoming and Nebraska, with 6 to 12 inches possible in the mountains. Gusty winds will result in blowing snow.
Timing & Duration: Late Saturday afternoon through Monday morning.
Impacts: Hazardous road conditions with slick and icy roads due to snowfall along with reduced visibility with falling and blowing snow.
Hazards: Arctic air mass will result in cold afternoon and overnight
temperatures, especially where significant snow falls. Sub-zero wind chills approaching -35°F in spots is also expected.
Timing & Duration: Saturday afternoon through Tuesday morning.
Impacts: Very cold temperatures and wind chills. May need to protect area
livestock and avoid prolonged outdoor exposure.