An Arctic cold front will continue to push through the state of Wyoming today.  This cold front brings bitterly cold temperatures and snow shower activity to the entire state.  Expect mainly small accumulations, but very slick and icy roads, blowing snow, and reduced visibility will be possible statewide.  Daytime highs have already been reached and temperatures will only fall for the rest of the day.  Temperatures this afternoon will stay close to zero with dangerously cold wind chill values.  Snow showers will taper off across western portions of the state overnight, while light snow will continue across central and eastern Wyoming into Tuesday morning/early afternoon.  Icy cold temperatures, slick/icy roads and some areas of blowing snow are expected again on Tuesday.