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NOAA’s National Weather Service. Hazardous Weather Briefing t hrough Thursday 10/18/12 High Winds for Southeast Wyoming and the Western Nebraska Panhandle. National Weather Service – Cheyenne, Wyoming www.weather.gov/cheyenne. Thursday Morning.

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Noaa s national weather service

NOAA’s National Weather Service

Hazardous Weather Briefingthrough Thursday 10/18/12

High Winds for Southeast Wyoming and the Western Nebraska Panhandle

National Weather Service – Cheyenne, Wyoming

www.weather.gov/cheyenne


Thursday morning
ThursdayMorning


Local highlights

Strong low pressure over the northern Plains will produce strong gusty winds across the area through Thursday afternoon. Winds will decrease somewhat this evening but will quickly increase and become strong after sunrise Thursday. Sustained winds of 35 to 45 mph can be expected with gusts upwards of 65 mph. The strongest winds will occur across the western Nebraska panhandle and adjacent areas of southeast Wyoming where a High Wind Warning is in effect through Thursday afternoon. Farther west winds will not be quite as strong but frequent gusts of 40 to 50 mph will be common through Thursday afternoon. This includes much of interstate 80 and interstate 25 in southeast Wyoming.

Local Highlights


Impacts
Impacts strong gusty winds across the area through Thursday afternoon. Winds will decrease somewhat this evening but will quickly increase and become strong after sunrise Thursday. Sustained winds of 35 to 45 mph can be expected with gusts upwards of 65 mph. The strongest winds will occur across the western Nebraska panhandle and adjacent areas of southeast Wyoming where a High Wind Warning is in effect through Thursday afternoon. Farther west winds will not be quite as strong but frequent gusts of 40 to 50 mph will be common through Thursday afternoon. This includes much of interstate 80 and interstate 25 in southeast Wyoming.

  • Travel & Commerce

    • Dangerous crosswinds for high profile vehicles

  • Public Safety

    • Power outages possible

    • Loose, lightweight objects


Stay tuned for updates
Stay Tuned for Updates strong gusty winds across the area through Thursday afternoon. Winds will decrease somewhat this evening but will quickly increase and become strong after sunrise Thursday. Sustained winds of 35 to 45 mph can be expected with gusts upwards of 65 mph. The strongest winds will occur across the western Nebraska panhandle and adjacent areas of southeast Wyoming where a High Wind Warning is in effect through Thursday afternoon. Farther west winds will not be quite as strong but frequent gusts of 40 to 50 mph will be common through Thursday afternoon. This includes much of interstate 80 and interstate 25 in southeast Wyoming.

  • NWS Cheyenne

    • Web: www.weather.gov/cheyenne

  • Wyoming Department of Transportation

    • Web: www.wyoroad.info

    • Phone: 511 for road information

  • NOAA Weather Radio, Television, Radio, and Internet Weather Sources