Panhandle receiving snow; parts of Wyoming receiving more than dozen inches

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WESTERN PANHANDLE, EASTERN WYOMING, Neb./Wyo. The Western Panhandle and Eastern Wyoming received overnight snow with many areas receiving over a dozen inches.

Gering and Sidney, Nebraska receiving seven to eight inches of snow while Battle Lake and Rob Roy Reservoir in Wyoming receiving 18 to 22 inches. (Brian Sherrod, KNEP)

The popular Highway 26 and 27th Street not so crowded this morning.

Trees, households and businesses all covered with snow.

Plows out on the roadways to clear them and the Monument Mall parking lot.

Residents are even outdoors clearing off their sidewalks.

Gering, Nebraska received eight inches of snow as of 8:00am.

Sidney, Nebraska received eight inches of snow as of 7:51am.

Dalton, Nebraska received seven inches as of 3:14am.

Kimball, Nebraska has received a foot of snow as of 10:10am.

Torrington, Wyoming received seven inches as of 7:20am.

Battle Lake, Wyoming received 22 inches as of 2:00am.

Rob Roy Reservoir in Wyoming received 18 inches as of 2:00am.

Champbell Creek received 14 inches as of 2:00am.

We will continue to update as we receive more information.