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Heaviest Thursday snowfall to likely miss Gillette

The Wyoming Department of Transportation's webcam at mile marker 108 on Interstate 90 catches the sunrise on the snowy horizon on Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2023. (Wyoming Department of Transportation)

GILLETTE, Wyo.— A wider band of snow will move into the Black Hills and eastern Wyoming on Thursday, according to the National Weather Service. While more that four inches of snow are anticipated on the eastern edge of the storm, Gillette will see little snow, if any.

In radar maps posted to Facebook by the Rapid City National Weather Service on Wednesday, Gillette is just on the edge of the expected snowfall.

Northern Campbell County is more likely to see snow, with areas above the 1-90 corridor having a 10 to 40 percent change of seeing more than four inches of snow. The National Weather Service also cautions that the evening commute on Thursday will be particularly impacted by the coming weather.

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