How Bad Are Wyoming Post Storm Roads?
4:30 a.m. Road Report for Thursday, Jan 5th, 2017
On the tail end of the first real snow storm of 2017, we have slick conditions along with snow and blowing snow and no unnecessary travel advisories on several stretches including:
I-80 is slick with snow and blowing and drifting snow in several spots between Laramie and Cheyenne.
You also have slick conditions with snow and drifting snow on I-80 from Cheyenne east into Pine Bluffs and to the Nebraska State Line.
I-25 is slick with snowfall, blowing snow and no unnecessary travel advisories in effect between Cheyenne and the Colorado State Line, you also have slick spots with snow snowfall and blowing snow in spots along i-25 between Cheyenne and Casper
Hwy 85 is slick with snowfall, blowing snow, limited visibility, and no unnecessary travel advisories in effect between Cheyenne and the Colorado State Line, and snow and slick spots on I-25 between Cheyenne and Meriden
Hwy 287 is slick with snow, blowing and drifting snow, limited visibility and no unnecessary travel advisories in effect between Laramie and the Colorado state line!
City streets are slick, so slow your roll, leave extra room to turn and stop, Make sure you’ve cleared the snow from your tail lights so others can see your plan.
At 4:30 a.m. Cheyenne has 0° with a -19° Wind chill. The snow is done and the sun will be out later this morning and a high of 4°.later today. It's cold, but don't leave your car while it's warming up.
Rural schools for Gilchrist, Clawson and Willadsen are closed and rural bus routes are not running today.