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Cold front hits Cheyenne on Sunday as snowfall continues

Webcam from WYDOT: US 20 at Duck Creek (8 miles west of NE line) (WYDOT)

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Snow is expected to continue in Cheyenne today, though residents will also have to contend with temperatures that won’t get above 5 degrees.

According to the National Weather Service in Cheyenne, the high temperature in Cheyenne on Sunday is just 3 degrees, with a low of minus 10. Throughout the day, windchill values are expected to fluctuate between minus 10 and minus 15 degrees.

All the while, continued snowfall is all but a certainty, with the NWS in Cheyenne placing the chance at 90%. Cheyenne residents should expect to see an additional 2–3 inches of accumulation over the course of the day.


On Monday, there’s a 30% chance of the snow continuing in the morning, though the NWS in Cheyenne forecasts the winter weather to clear up by 11 a.m. and turn into mostly sunny skies by mid-afternoon. Temperatures will remain frigid, however, with a high of roughly 10 degrees and windchill values between minus 15 and minus 25 degrees.