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Fog should lift for a cool Monday before warming trend starts Tuesday in Gillette

Fog and snow are impacting travel around Gillette, as seen April 1, 2024, in this Wyoming Department of Transportation webcam overlooking Interstate 90. (Wyoming Department of Transportation)

GILLETTE, Wyo. — Snow will be tapering off this morning as the latest winter storm system to impact Campbell County moves out of the region.

The Easter snow has impacted travel in and around Gillette, according to the Wyoming Department of Transportation. Many roads and highways are slick with snow.

(Wyoming Department of Transportation)

Only trace amounts of snow are expected for Gillette this morning, the National Weather Service in Rapid City, South Dakota, says. The high will return to around 39 degrees.

Fog will be another concern impacting travel. Patchy fog is expected before 10 a.m., after which skies will remain mostly cloudy. Winds will come from the north at 11 mph with gusts of up to 18 mph.

Mostly cloudy conditions are expected through tonight. The low will drop to near 25. Winds will come from the west at 7–11 mph.

Warmer temps are on the way as soon as Tuesday with a high of 52 under sunny skies, according to the forecast. That’ll be followed by a high of 63 on a sunny Wednesday and 68 on a sunny and breezy Thursday.

Overnight low temperatures will also climb with a Tuesday low of 33, Wednesday low of 38 and Thursday low of 43.

Breezy conditions are expected to continue Friday as the mercury returns to 68 before falling to 40 overnight.

More on the weather is available from the National Weather Service in Rapid City.