Another cold front will cross through the state of Wyoming today, which will bring even colder temperatures and another round of snow showers.  Expect small accumulations (1-3") across lower elevations with higher amounts (3-5") in the mountains.  Slick and icy roads will be likely across I-90, I-25 and parts of I-80 (Nebraska state line to Rock Springs).  Visibility could also be reduced at times due to snow shower activity and blowing snow.  Snow showers will then taper off this evening and overnight for northern, central, and southwestern Wyoming, but light snow showers continue across southeastern portions of the state.  Temperatures will be near-record cold, with highs in the teens to single digits statewide.  Expect bitterly cold temperatures again statewide on Wednesday.  Light snow showers will also be found in far southern parts of the state early in the day.