An unorganized weather disturbance will roll through the state today.  The northwest will be in the best position for snow, but other portions of western Wyoming and areas along the state’s northern border could see a few scattered snow showers as well.  As this system heads east this evening into tomorrow morning, central and eastern counties may pick up a light dusting of snow.

Friday and Saturday will bring warmer temperatures to the state as we head into the first couple of days of March.  Daytime highs will be in the 30s to near 40 in the higher elevations, with a few 50s on the eastern plains.  Other than perhaps a few scattered light snow showers in the east on Friday morning, this time frame looks mainly dry.