Winter is not quite finished in Laramie.

The National Weather Service says an accumulation of two to four inches of snow is possible tonight, with more snowfall beginning Thursday before 10 a.m. Three to five inches is expected to accumulate during the day and four to eight inches of snow is possible Thursday night.

The National Weather Service has posted winter storm watch for Laramie, beginning at 6 p.m. on Thursday, through 3 p.m. on Friday. The warning says five to 10 inches of snow is possible in that time span.

Travel will be heavily impacted as slushy or snow packed roads may create hazardous driving conditions. Laramie may also experience power outages as trees weighed down with wet, heavy snow can possibly fall on power lines. Residents should also be wary of falling tree limbs that may succumb to the weight of the snow.

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