(FREMONT COUNTY, WYO.) – Forecasts for the county are calling for frigid nighttime temperatures while cool conditions and periodic showers prevail through at least the weekend. According to a situation report from the National Weather Service in Riverton, residents can expect an impending potential storm system to make its way through Wyoming beginning on Sunday and lasting until Tuesday.
According to Chad Hahn of The National Weather Service, “Some forecast information suggests that a stronger and increasingly colder system will take aim on the state Monday & Tuesday of next week. Although a fair amount of uncertainty exists 4-5 days out, there is some suggestion that snow levels may drop to around 5000-6000 feet elevation.”
Forecasts for the weekend in Riverton are looking cloudy and chilly with a small chance of rain. Chances of rain and snow are expected to increase on Monday and Tuesday as we enter the work week. Read the full forecast here.
Lander’s weekend is looking cloudy and wet with some nighttime temperatures dropping to freezing. Chances of snow and rain are expected to increase moving into the work week. Read the full forecast here.
Dubois is expected to see some rain or snow and see nighttime temperatures drop into the twenties. Read the full forecast here.