A Cheyenne-based meteorologist says that while southeast Wyoming probably won't see any more storms like the severe blizzard that rocked the area this week, that doesn't mean we won't have a few more blasts from old man winter.

Don Day Jr. of Dayweather Inc., says that while the next few days should see a slow warming trend, more winter storms are likely to hit the Rocky Mountain West in the not-to-distant future.

Day spoke with Glenn Woods on KGAB radio in Cheyenne on Friday morning. You can hear the interview in the attached video.

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