High pressure is in control for another day.  There will be lots of sun to go around and temperatures will respond nicely and rise into the 60s and 70s, with a few 50s for the mountains.  We will have a break from the strong winds as well.

Central and eastern Wyoming will see another round of mild temperatures on Wednesday.  Further west, however, a cold front will start to push in bringing with it cooler temperatures, showers and mixed showers to the western mountains that evening and night.

The cold front will bring cooler conditions and showers to the entire state on Thursday.  The higher elevations will be in line for a rain/snow mix at night.

Be ready for an even colder day on Friday along with additional mixed showers and mountain snow.  Highs on Friday may not get out of the 30s and 40s in most areas.