The National Weather Service Office in Cheyenne has issued the following update on winter weather for southeast Wyoming on Friday morning, April 6:

"We have quite a complicated setup in the weather pattern this morning, we'll try to explain. We have a cold front over the northern Nebraska Panhandle into northeast Wyoming this morning. It has shown very slow movement to the southwest. As a result, the heavier snow has been confined along and to the north of a line from Douglas to Alliance this morning. That will change as the morning progresses though, as a low pressure system currently in western Idaho tracks to the southeast into northwestern Colorado by late morning. The cold front is expected to be drawn further southwest to the Laramie Range by late morning. Expect snow to begin increasing in coverage and intensity across southeast Wyoming as this happens later this morning. Winter Storm Warnings and Advisories remain in effect through 6PM today for the areas highlighted on the Hazard Graphic. Take it easy today on area roads as slick and snow covered roads are expected as the morning progresses. Snow expected to end from north to south this afternoon with most areas becoming dry towards mid-evening. Be safe out there today!"