The Cheyenne Office of the National Weather Service is forecasting a cold Veterans Day 2019 in southeast Wyoming.

But the good news is that the snow should be tapering off by mid-morning. The agency posted this statement on its website:

''First, a shout out to all the veterans in southeast Wyoming and Nebraska Panhandle. Thank you for your service and sacrifice. We have several veterans that work in the office and appreciate all that they do, day in and day out. We hope tomorrow treats you well! Looking into the weather forecast for the upcoming week, snow comes to an end from north to south Monday morning, with most snow coming to an end from mid to late morning. It'll be cold for Veteran's Day, with highs ranging from 22 at Crawford, to 31 at Rawlins. A cold night Monday night into Tuesday with clear skies and lows falling into the single digits across the Panhandle. Some areas could approach zero for overnight lows in the Panhandle Tuesday morning. Winds are the main story for Tuesday and Wednesday. Could be looking at High Wind Warnings for the wind prone areas of southeast Wyoming Tuesday, with a more widespread wind event spilling out into the plains Wednesday. Wind gusts to 60 mph likely for the wind prone areas Tuesday. For Wednesday, we could be looking at wind gusts in excess of 70 mph for some areas. Travel on I-80 and I-25 likely to be impacted both days. The weather begins to settle after mid week with tranquil conditions and less wind. Stay tuned to later updates in the forecast, we'll keep you up to date."