A weak cold front has pushed through the state and has brought a few flurries to the southeast.  The rest of the day will prove to be quiet and mainly dry.  The northwest will continue to see areas of fog.

On Friday, western Wyoming will be on the edge of some Pacific moisture.  A few very light scattered showers and mixed showers will develop along the state’s western border.  These mixed showers, along with some high country snow, will continue on Saturday as well.

Temperatures will manage to make it into the 40s in most area today.  By Friday highs will be in the 40s and 50s with lows in the 20s.