Wind River Basin Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Watches & Warnings

Special Statement
Issued: 1:06 PM MST Dec. 10, 2018 – National Weather Service

A strong cold front is expected to blast southeast across the area
during the day Wednesday. Northwest winds will likely increase
around midday Wednesday and continue through the early evening
hours. Northwest winds of 30 to 40 mph will blow across much of
the area with the more open or elevated locations from the
Riverton Airport to diversion dam potentially seeing 50 to 60 mph
winds. In addition, we could see snow showers in the area as the
cold front blasts through in the afternoon. Be alert for rapidly
changing conditions Wednesday with strong winds and possibly some
snow showers.



106 PM MST Mon Dec 10 2018

A strong cold front is expected to blast southeast across the area
during the day Wednesday. Northwest winds will likely increase
around midday Wednesday and continue through the early evening
hours. Northwest winds of 30 to 40 mph will blow across much of
the area with the more open or elevated locations from the
Riverton Airport to diversion dam potentially seeing 50 to 60 mph
winds. In addition, we could see snow showers in the area as the
cold front blasts through in the afternoon. Be alert for rapidly
changing conditions Wednesday with strong winds and possibly some
snow showers.



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