Wyoming residents across the state woke up to more snowfall Tuesday, ranging from just a dusting in areas to a few inches in higher elevations.

Temperatures in most of the state are hovering around the 32 degree mark, creating wet and heavy snow.

Wind is creating some hazardous travel conditions, and as of 7:25 a.m. Interstate 80 both directions from Cheyenne to Laramie was closed due to a crash.

Sections of WY 70 near Saratoga and Baggs, along with sections of WY 130 near Riverton are listed as "no unnecessary travel." 

Slick road conditions are also reported on WY 296 near Cody, and are seen in this WYDOT photo...

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Nearly white out conditions were reported on I-80 this morning between Cheyenne and Pine Bluffs, however conditions continue to improve...

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Casper saw most of it's snowfall this morning, but road conditions are still "soggy."

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Most of the snowfall along the western side of the state fell last night, I-80 between Evanston and Rock Springs is slick in a few spots, but most areas are dry.

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