Moisture coming in from the west will bring a few scattered spring showers to the state later today.  In the southeast, where high temperatures will rise into the 60s to perhaps near 70 degrees, there could be a few weak thunderstorms as well.   Meanwhile, the higher elevations will see scattered mixed showers to mountain snow shower activity.  Accumulations in the high  country are expected to be fairly light.  Tonight into Saturday morning, some snow could mix in with the rain in the lower elevations as well.

Saturday will be just slightly cooler statewide and scattered showers will once again be around.  Eastern and northern counties look to be in the best position for additional moisture.

Sunday’s weather looks to be quite nice during the day.  Overnight Sunday into Monday southern Wyoming could see some mixed showers.