A large trough of low pressure remains settled over the Pacific Northwest and California for the next several days.  This will continue to funnel plenty of subtropical moisture and atmospheric instability in the the state of Wyoming.  Expect cloudy to mostly cloudy skies with even more rain showers and possibly a few thunderstorms today, Thursday and Friday.  Heavy rain and minor flash flooding will also be a concern for much of the state.  Temperatures will remain cool and near or slightly below normal today and Thursday, with daytime highs in the 50's and 60's.  We will then see even cooler and well below average temperatures by Friday.  There will be a chance for light snow or mixed showers at night over higher elevations of I-80, mainly over the Summit and near Elk Mountain, as well as WY-28 near South Pass, but no major travel concerns are expected.