A fast-moving weather system will move across the state of Wyoming today. This will create snow showers across higher elevations and the state's mountains. We also cannot rule out a few flurries or light snow showers throughout lower elevations in central and eastern Wyoming. There could be a few isolated slick spots, but no major travel concerns are expected. Winds could be breezy to gusty at times, but no significant gusting is expected. We can also expect partly to mostly cloudy skies and seasonal temperatures.  Daytime highs will stay in the 30's and 40's.  Another weather system will slide through the area on Saturday. This will continue to bring snow showers to the mountains and higher elevations. There will also be a chance for snow for lower elevations of central and eastern Wyoming. Roads will be slick and icy by Saturday evening into Sunday morning, mainly across northeastern Wyoming and I-90. Winds will also increase and become strong for all of central and eastern Wyoming. Expect wind gusts between 35 and 50 mph at times.  Higher pressure will then build over the area for the end of the weekend. Any snow shower activity will quickly come to an end by the morning hours. We will then see developing sunshine, mainly dry weather conditions, and warmer than normal temperatures. Winds, however, will remain strong at times.