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Special Statement

Statement as of 4:20 PM MDT on April 25, 2015

Expires 6:30 AM EDT on April 26, 2015


... Accumulating snow possible through Sunday night...

A strong storm system will bring accumulating snow to locations
along and west of the Laramie range through Sunday night. Snow
will remain above 9000 feet this evening... and may mix with rain
down to around 7000 feet through midnight. Expecting roughly 1
to 2 inches of accumulation in the higher elevations... with less
than an inch elsewhere.

Snow will diminish through the early morning hours... but will
redevelop in the late morning and early afternoon as the storm
system moves over The Rockies. Snow levels will remain roughly
7500 to 8000 feet through the day... but will drop at times during
isolated thunderstorm activity in the afternoon. Brief periods of
moderate to heavy snow are possible in this activity.

Snow totals are expected to range from 5 to 10 inches in the
snowy and Sierra Madre Mountains with 2 to 5 inches in the
Laramie range. Locally higher amounts are possible at the mountain
peaks. Accumulations in the lower elevations will be generally 1
to 3 inches or less.

Impacts will be mostly to those traveling through these
areas... including Interstate 80 from Cheyenne to Rawlins. Prepare
for periods of reduced visibility in snow along with slick roads.
Check with the local forecast and Road conditions before heading
out.



420 PM MDT Sat Apr 25 2015

... Accumulating snow possible through Sunday night...

A strong storm system will bring accumulating snow to locations
along and west of the Laramie range through Sunday night. Snow
will remain above 9000 feet this evening... and may mix with rain
down to around 7000 feet through midnight. Expecting roughly 1
to 2 inches of accumulation in the higher elevations... with less
than an inch elsewhere.

Snow will diminish through the early morning hours... but will
redevelop in the late morning and early afternoon as the storm
system moves over The Rockies. Snow levels will remain roughly
7500 to 8000 feet through the day... but will drop at times during
isolated thunderstorm activity in the afternoon. Brief periods of
moderate to heavy snow are possible in this activity.

Snow totals are expected to range from 5 to 10 inches in the
snowy and Sierra Madre Mountains with 2 to 5 inches in the
Laramie range. Locally higher amounts are possible at the mountain
peaks. Accumulations in the lower elevations will be generally 1
to 3 inches or less.

Impacts will be mostly to those traveling through these
areas... including Interstate 80 from Cheyenne to Rawlins. Prepare
for periods of reduced visibility in snow along with slick roads.
Check with the local forecast and Road conditions before heading
out.



420 PM MDT Sat Apr 25 2015

... Accumulating snow possible through Sunday night...

A strong storm system will bring accumulating snow to locations
along and west of the Laramie range through Sunday night. Snow
will remain above 9000 feet this evening... and may mix with rain
down to around 7000 feet through midnight. Expecting roughly 1
to 2 inches of accumulation in the higher elevations... with less
than an inch elsewhere.

Snow will diminish through the early morning hours... but will
redevelop in the late morning and early afternoon as the storm
system moves over The Rockies. Snow levels will remain roughly
7500 to 8000 feet through the day... but will drop at times during
isolated thunderstorm activity in the afternoon. Brief periods of
moderate to heavy snow are possible in this activity.

Snow totals are expected to range from 5 to 10 inches in the
snowy and Sierra Madre Mountains with 2 to 5 inches in the
Laramie range. Locally higher amounts are possible at the mountain
peaks. Accumulations in the lower elevations will be generally 1
to 3 inches or less.

Impacts will be mostly to those traveling through these
areas... including Interstate 80 from Cheyenne to Rawlins. Prepare
for periods of reduced visibility in snow along with slick roads.
Check with the local forecast and Road conditions before heading
out.



420 PM MDT Sat Apr 25 2015

... Accumulating snow possible through Sunday night...

A strong storm system will bring accumulating snow to locations
along and west of the Laramie range through Sunday night. Snow
will remain above 9000 feet this evening... and may mix with rain
down to around 7000 feet through midnight. Expecting roughly 1
to 2 inches of accumulation in the higher elevations... with less
than an inch elsewhere.

Snow will diminish through the early morning hours... but will
redevelop in the late morning and early afternoon as the storm
system moves over The Rockies. Snow levels will remain roughly
7500 to 8000 feet through the day... but will drop at times during
isolated thunderstorm activity in the afternoon. Brief periods of
moderate to heavy snow are possible in this activity.

Snow totals are expected to range from 5 to 10 inches in the
snowy and Sierra Madre Mountains with 2 to 5 inches in the
Laramie range. Locally higher amounts are possible at the mountain
peaks. Accumulations in the lower elevations will be generally 1
to 3 inches or less.

Impacts will be mostly to those traveling through these
areas... including Interstate 80 from Cheyenne to Rawlins. Prepare
for periods of reduced visibility in snow along with slick roads.
Check with the local forecast and Road conditions before heading
out.


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