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Dense fog returned this morning across some valleys. Gusty winds in prone locations, esp. in Natrona County where a High Wind Warning is in effect. A new front brings snow to the west beginning this afternoon. Chances increase tonight with light snow spreading east Sunday. #wywx
A tight pressure gradient ahead of a winter system, currently impacting western Wyoming, caused high winds yesterday for some areas. Highest gusts can be seen below or at: Gusty winds will also continue in some areas today. #wywx
Snow will continue across the west through this afternoon, decreasing this evening. East of the Divide snow begins late this afternoon & evening. All snowfall ends as a cold front moves through tonight. Winds will not be as strong today, but will be gusty in the same areas. #wywx
On this date, in 1987, an F4 Tornado tore through the Teton Wilderness and Yellowstone National Park , even crossing the Continental Divide, at 10,070 feet. An F4 Tornado has estimated winds of 207 to 260 mph and can do devastating damage. Here are some interesting facts. #wywx
First Snow! Say it ain't so! We're afraid so. Sorry all, the first snow is indeed upon us. A cold front will move in this evening bringing much cooler air, rain, & snow in the higher elevations. Winter Weather Advisories are out from midnight tonight to 6 AM Tuesday. #wywx