Special Weather Statement issued March 29 at 2:50PM MDT by NWS
...Significant snowfall expected for far western Wyoming Monday night and Tuesday... A potent winter storm will be organizing in the Pacific Northwest early this week and will push a strong cold front across Western Wyoming Monday night and Tuesday. This front will deliver significant snowfall to the area during this time frame.
Area Absaroka Mountains; Jackson Hole; Salt River and Wyoming Ranges; Star Valley; Teton and Gros Ventre Mountains; Upper Green River Basin; Upper Green River Basin Foothills; Wind River Mountains East; Wind River Mountains West; Yellowstone National Park
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