A weak cold front will slide across the state of Wyoming today.  This will bring slightly more cloud cover and cooler temperatures to the entire state.  Mountain snow showers will also be possible, while there will be a chance for a few widely scattered rain showers across lower elevations of central and eastern Wyoming.  Strong winds will be possible into the morning hours across wind prone areas, with gusts as high as 50 mph.  Winds will then lessen and remain breezy to gusty for the rest of the day.  Daytime highs will remain in the 40's and 50's.  By tonight, rain will mix with and turn to light snow for central and eastern Wyoming.  No accumulations are expected, but any wet road surfaces could turn to black ice.  There will also be a chance for patchy fog across southeastern Wyoming, which could reduce visibility at times.  Otherwise, expect mostly cloudy skies and chilly temperatures.  This latest cold front will quickly move out of the area on Wednesday.  Expect partly sunny skies, mainly dry weather conditions and breezy to gusty winds statewide for the middle of the week.  Temperatures will also become a few degrees cooler, but it will still remain warmer than normal.