Zach Spadt, Townsquare Media

The Cheyenne Office of the National Weather Service is warning about significant snow accumulations and possible travel hazards from winter weather which is expected to hit southeast Wyoming and the Nebraska Panhandle next week,

The agency says it's "Still too early for any winter weather warnings or advisories, but confidence is growing that we will need them as the event draws closer."

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''Greetings! Looks like Old Man Winter is going to make a return to southeast Wyoming and the Nebraska Panhandle next week. Enjoy the current nice weather while you can! A very slow moving low pressure system moves out of Canada Monday and slowly works its way across the Rockies through the week. We're going to see daily chances for snow starting Tuesday and persisting through at least Friday. Looking at widespread accumulating snow and colder temperatures that will likely impact travel on area interstates. Still too early for any winter weather warnings or advisories, but confidence is growing that we will need them as the event draws closer. Stay tuned for later updates in the forecast if planning travel through the area. On the bright side, we really need the moisture to ease our drought conditions, so this pattern will certainly help with this. Stay tuned!"

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