The parade of Pacific storms across the Rocky Mountain West will continue on Tuesday as another storm system will traverse the Continental Divide on Tuesday.  Snow will develop in the far western mountains and valleys tonight and will spread east onto the plains of central Wyoming by early Tuesday. While snowfall is not expected to be heavy, snowfall of 3 to 6 inches can be expected in the mountains with a trace up to 2 inches of new snow on the plains of central Wyoming by late Tuesday. Be prepared for some slick roads and highways on Tuesday across the state. Improving weather returns Wednesday and Thursday before the next chance for snow arrives late Thursday night and Friday.