Teton and Gros Ventre Mountains Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Watches & Warnings

Special Statement
Issued: 12:51 AM MST Jan. 19, 2019 – National Weather Service

... Periods of light snow expected today with heavier snow possible
Sunday night into Monday...

Periods of mainly light snow will fall across the are today.
Accumulations will generally range from a half an inch to two
inches in the valleys and 2 to 5 inches in the mountains. A
somewhat stronger system will bring additional snow tonight into
Sunday morning, especially from the Jackson Valley and northward.
A third system will move in from Sunday night through Monday and
has the potential to bring moderate to possibly heavy snow along
with gusty winds and blowing snow that could bring very difficult
travel conditions.



1251 am MST Sat Jan 19 2019

... Periods of light snow expected today with heavier snow possible
Sunday night into Monday...

Periods of mainly light snow will fall across the are today.
Accumulations will generally range from a half an inch to two
inches in the valleys and 2 to 5 inches in the mountains. A
somewhat stronger system will bring additional snow tonight into
Sunday morning, especially from the Jackson Valley and northward.
A third system will move in from Sunday night through Monday and
has the potential to bring moderate to possibly heavy snow along
with gusty winds and blowing snow that could bring very difficult
travel conditions.



219 PM MST Fri Jan 18 2019

... A developing winter storm will affect central and western
Wyoming Sunday night and Monday...

A storm system will move southeast through the region between
Sunday night and Monday. Snow is expected to develop along a cold
front that will sweep through the area during the day on Monday.
Current indications are that there is an increasing probability
for accumulating snow across the entire area in central and
western Wyoming between Sunday night and Monday. Higher snowfall
amounts will be likely in the mountains as well as far western
Wyoming.

You should be prepared for the potential for slick roads developing
by Monday across central and western Wyoming due to the increasing
potential for light to moderate accumulations. Please stay tuned
to local media and NOAA Weather Radio for later statements and
possible watches, warnings and advisories involving this
developing winter storm. Also visit our web site at:
www.Weather.Gov/riw for further updates involving this developing
winter storm.


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219 PM MST Fri Jan 18 2019

... A developing winter storm will affect central and western
Wyoming Sunday night and Monday...

A storm system will move southeast through the region between
Sunday night and Monday. Snow is expected to develop along a cold
front that will sweep through the area during the day on Monday.
Current indications are that there is an increasing probability
for accumulating snow across the entire area in central and
western Wyoming between Sunday night and Monday. Higher snowfall
amounts will be likely in the mountains as well as far western
Wyoming.

You should be prepared for the potential for slick roads developing
by Monday across central and western Wyoming due to the increasing
potential for light to moderate accumulations. Please stay tuned
to local media and NOAA Weather Radio for later statements and
possible watches, warnings and advisories involving this
developing winter storm. Also visit our web site at:
www.Weather.Gov/riw for further updates involving this developing
winter storm.


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