CASPER, Wyo. – Commenting this morning will be difficult in much of Wyoming on Wednesday morning after a winter storm moved through overnight.
According to WYDOT, Interstate 25 has black ice and no unnecessary travel advisories Wheatland through Kaycee. High winds have closed the section between Glendo and Wheatland to light and high profile vehicles.
Rolling closures on Interstate 80 from Cheyenne to Rock Springs have been in effect since Tuesday night due to winter conditions, WYDOT says.
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Various highways around the state also have closures or winter advisories, including US 14 and US 16 between Buffalo and Gillette, US 18 and US 20 between Douglas and Lusk, US 30 between Cheyenne and Rock Springs, and US 287 between Laramie and Rawlins.
The National Weather Service in Riverton says snowfall overnight will end early Wednesday morning.
Today in Casper, the NWS predicts mostly sunny skies with a high of just 22 degrees, and gusty winds bringing chill values down to negative 5 degrees.
Overnight Wednesday temperatures are expected to dip 11 degrees with wind chill values at negative 10 degrees.
On Christmas Eve, temperatures will reach 37 degrees but blustery winds will continue, with negative 5 degree wind chills.
On Christmas Day, expect a high of 42 degrees and wind gusts nearing 40 mph.
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