From "bomb cyclones" to severe weather and nor'easters, this week is already seeing dangerous weather patterns unfolding across the U.S.
Have you had enough of winter yet this fall? The Casper area could get another eight inches of snow.
Even with heavy snowfall — some peaks in the area have gotten as much as 15 inches — U.S. Forest Service spokesperson Sara Evans Kirol said the Crater Ridge Fire likely still has pockets of heat hiding in logs and trees in the area.
The storm dropped nearly 13 inches of snow in the Casper area, 18 inches near Buffalo and 8 inches in Lander, according to preliminary snow totals from the National Weather Service.
The northern portions of Wyoming were expected to be hit the hardest, with 12 to 18 inches of snow expected to fall in Buffalo and up to a foot in Sheridan, Cody, Lander and Thermopolis.
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Another cold front is expected to hit the region beginning Sunday night, plunging temperatures into the teens.