As of 4am Wednesday morning, there’s a Winter Storm Warning for Northern Albany County and A Winter Weather Advisory for southern Albany County. Temperatures will begin to plummet Wednesday evening and there could be light icing possible, especially bridges. Albany County is predicted to get about 6 inches of snow with a few exceptions like Northwest and Southeast Albany County predicted to see 4 to 6 inches of snow. That accumulating snow could make travel hazardous between tonight and Friday morning.
- Winter Storm Warnings and Advisories are in effect starting Wednesday afternoon through noon Friday
- Advisories issued from Rawlins, Wyoming through Laramie and Cheyenne into the Nebraska Panhandle including Scottsbluff, Kimball, and Bridgeport
- Flash Freeze this evening: plummeting temperatures along with wintry mix precipitation may cause light icing possible, especially bridges .
- Widespread accumulating snow and hazardous travel likely tonight – Friday Morning.
- Travel impacts along with periods of reduced visibility in heavier snow bands possible more!)
- Rapidly falling temperatures this evening: Will cause precipitation that
starts out as rain to freeze on roadways quickly, particularly bridges.
• Even a few hundredths of an inch of glaze plus snow on top could
cause significant travel and road impacts.
• Widespread accumulating snow tonight – Friday AM.
• Winter Storm Watches/Warnings tonight – Friday AM.
• Hazardous travel likely this evening – Friday morning.