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Interstate I-80 in Wyoming reaches from Evanston, on the border of Utah, to Pine Bluffs, on the border of Nebraska. It passes through (or nearby) Cheyenne, Laramie, Walcott, Rawlins, Rock Springs, Purple Sage, Little America, and Fort Bridger along other highway junctions.
Wyoming is known for its wide range of weather conditions, especially along I-80. The interstate passes through the entire state, from the southeast corner near Cheyenne to the southwest corner near Evanston. Be prepared for tough driving conditions when traveling through Wyoming on I-80. High wind speed frequently causes trucks and other large vehicles to roll over. Heavy snow storms often cause road closures at the state lines of Wyoming.
The weather in Wyoming is usually very dry, but it can also vary greatly depending on the season. The highway is especially prone to winter weather, with blizzards and ice storms common in the colder months. In the winter, travelers along I-80 can expect cold temperatures, high winds, and plenty of snow. The snowfall can be especially heavy in the mountain passes, so it is important to plan ahead and check road conditions before traveling.
In the spring and summer, the weather is usually warm but can still be unpredictable. Storms are common, and travelers along I-80 should be prepared for heavy rain and occasional thunderstorms. In the summer, the heat and dust can be a hazard, as can severe thunderstorms.
In the fall, temperatures cool down and the days become shorter. Although the weather is milder, travelers should still be prepared for sudden changes in temperature and wind.
Before you head north from Salt Lake City or try heading west into Pine Bluffs, be sure to double-check the I-80 road conditions in Wyoming. Stay updated by checking our map for detailed current weather conditions and warnings.
This map shows the current & 7-day weather forecast, road conditions, and weather radar for US interstate I-80 in Wyoming.