Cheyenne Police have issued an accident alert due to slick conditions and many accidents on city streets.

The CPD posted the following on its Facebook page this morning [March 8]:

Accident Alert is in effect
Due to a high number of vehicle accidents related to hazardous road conditions, we are currently on accident alert.
This means if you're involved in a non-injury, non-alcohol/drug related crash, please exchange information and report online:
Stay safe, Cheyenne!

Snow Should Taper Off Later

The Cheyenne Office of the National Weather Service says the winter storm which has dumped snow on the area should gradually taper off today:

Snow showers will continue through the morning, with an additional dusting to 2 inches or so possible. Expect snow to end this morning or early afternoon from north to south. 🌤️ Skies will clear from north to south behind the snow, but remaining mostly cloudy for the I-80 corridor. 🌘 Clear skies expected tonight with colder temperatures into Saturday morning!

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