IDAHO | WYOMING  – A strong cold front will slide across Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming on Tuesday and into Wednesday morning. This system will bring a blast of much colder temperatures and brisk winds. The first significant snowfall for much of northern and central Wyoming, is expected to come with this storm. Portions of Idaho will also likely see their first measurable snowfall, or additional snowfall along with this storm.

Snowfall totals in Wyoming are expected to reach 6-10 inches, across much of northern Wyoming and 4-7 inches in areas of central Wyoming.

Snow accumulations in Idaho, by Wednesday, may reach 2-4 inches in the northern Central Mountains, 2-6 inches across the Upper Snake Highlands and Montana Border, and a dusting to 1.5 inches elsewhere across southeast Idaho.

Temperatures are also expected to also turn sharply colder behind this front, with wind and drastic 20-30 degree temperature drops expected by Wednesday morning.