A cold front will travel through the state today bringing with it increasing clouds and a chance of snow.  Northern and eastern counties look to be in the best position for snowfall, but accumulations are expected to be light in the lower elevations, perhaps an inch or two late today through early Thursday morning.  The higher elevations, especially in central Wyoming around Casper mountain, may see more snow.

Valley areas and the southeast may see some areas of patchy fog early Thursday morning.  Skies will then clear out rather quickly.  Despite the sun by Thursday afternoon, the front will leave behind much colder conditions.  Highs will be mainly in the teens and 20s statewide.

Temperatures warm right back on Friday helped along by the sun and once again the wind.  West to southwest winds pick up again on Thursday, which will lead to clearing skies.  The wind will once again gust to 40 and 45 mph at times.