- Snow is expected to develop Rawlins-Douglas Wednesday evening and spread to the rest of southeast Wyoming aftermidnight and continue on Thanksgiving.
- Greatest impacts are expected Thursday Morning.
- Snow/impacts will come to an end around sunset Thursday.
- Snow accumulations look to be highest across the southeast Wyoming mountains and adjacent plains, with lesser amounts as you go east into the western Nebraska Panhandle.
- Northeast winds of 15 to 25 mph with gusts of up to 35 mph would produce considerable blowing and drifting of the dry, powdery snow.
- Thanksgiving travel around the region could be significantly impacted by snow-covered roads and limited visibility in blowing and drifting snow. It might be a good idea to leave early before the storm hits.
- Where the heaviest snow does eventually fall, some roads may become impassable.
- Flight delays will be possible.
- Confidence is HIGH on a widespread accumulating snow across the region Wednesday night and Thanksgiving.
- Confidence is HIGH for the change to much colder temperatures Thursday through Saturday.
- Confidence is LESS on the specifics of where the greatest snowfall & impacts will be.