CHEYENNE, Wyo. (ASSOCIATED PRESS) - All interstate highways in Wyoming have reopened in the wake of a spring snowstorm that closed hundreds of miles of roads over the last two days.
While interstates 80, 25 and 90 are open, the Wyoming Department of Transportation cautions that there are slick stretches and areas of blowing snow that reduces visibility.
Speed limits were reduced to 35 and 40 mph on parts of Interstate 80 in southeast Wyoming on Thursday morning.
The spring storm that brought up to 3 feet of snow to the Snowy, Laramie and Sierra Madre ranges and more than a foot to Cheyenne and Casper over the last three days has moved out of the state. But windy conditions still pose a problem for travelers by limiting visibility and creating snow drifts across roadways.