The most recent cold front is well to our south, but has left behind some very cold temperatures.  Highs will struggle to get into the teens and 20s today.  Despite the chilly conditions, the weather will be quiet, dry and calm.

It has been nice to have a reprieve from the wind, but it will be returning to portions of the state on Friday.  Eastern and central Wyoming will face the brunt of the wind with gusts up to 35 and 40 mph at times.  The mainly west wind, however, will make for a significant warming trend.  Temperatures on Friday will reach back into the 30s and 40s with a few lower 50s possible in the southeast.

For the most part Friday will be a mainly dry state statewide, with the exception of the northeast.  There a few scattered snow showers are expected due to another cold front just brushing that area to the east.