High pressure will remain in control for another day.  Temperatures will be very mild again and top off in the mid 50s and 60s in the east and in the lower elevations, with 40s in the high country.  Conditions will be mainly dry through the day.  Tonight a few passing showers could roll through the northern half of the state as a weather disturbance move in.

The ridge of high pressure will break down this weekend.  The weather disturbance will bring off an on showers to the state on Saturday, along with cooler temperatures and more clouds.  The higher elevations will see snow showers.  The lower elevations will see perhaps a rain/snow mix Saturday night.

A cold front travels through the state on Sunday.  Be ready for scattered mixed showers and snow showers drifting from north to south throughout the day.  Northern and central Wyoming and the higher elevations look to be in the best position for snowfall.  Also be aware of very strong, gusty winds in central, southern and eastern Wyoming on Sunday.