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Cold and snow on Wednesday will give way to warmer weather on Thanksgiving Day in Wyoming

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CHEYENNE, Wyoming — Many highways and roads across Wyoming are slick, including all of Interstates 25 and 90.

Winter weather advisories were in effect Wednesday morning for areas of southeast and north-central Wyoming, with winter storm warnings posted for the southern mountains and parts of the Big Horn Mountains.

Up to 20 inches of snow was possible in some mountain areas.

But the National Weather Service says a break in the cold and snow is expected from much of the state on Thanksgiving Day, when warmer temperatures are forecast.

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