A cold front will slide across the state of Wyoming today.  Expect cloudy to mostly cloudy skies and noticeably cooler temperatures statewide. However, it will still be warmer than normal for much of the state. Daytime highs will remain in the 30's and 40's, with some lower 50's possible.  Rain or a rain/snow mix will be possible across lower elevations of central and eastern Wyoming during the day. We will then see a chance for snow by this evening and overnight. Snow will also be possible throughout the day in the state's mountains and higher elevations as well as far southwestern parts of the state. Visibility could be reduced at times and black ice will also develop on roadways, including all of I-25, I-90 and much of I-80. Strong winds will also be possible, mainly in southeastern Wyoming, with gusts between 35 and 50 mph. There could be a few lingering flurries and some areas of patchy freezing fog across central and southeastern Wyoming on Thursday morning. Black ice and reduced visibility will remain a concern for these areas into the late morning/early afternoon hours. Otherwise, expect developing sunshine and mainly settled conditions. Temperatures will be even colder and closer to average.