(Wyo.)-More Snow Expected In Southeast Part Of State Through Thursday
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - More snow is coming to Wyoming after a Christmas Eve storm dropped up to 18 inches in the northwestern corner of the state.
The National Weather Service says a Pacific storm system moving across the Rockies on Wednesday will bring snow to the Snowy and Sierra Madre ranges and southeastern Wyoming. The snow is expected to continue until Thursday evening with up to 12 inches expected in the Snowies and Sierra Madre.
Monday's storm brought a white Christmas to much of the state. Lower elevations, including Casper and Riverton, got between 2 and 4 inches of snow while the Snotel at Grand Targhee Ski Resort recorded 18 inches of new snow. Fifteen inches of snow fell at the Rendezvous Bowl at the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.
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