As the most recent cold front continues to drift south, the weather across the state will start to quiet down.  It will still be a chilly day statewide with temperatures hovering mainly in the 30s today, with teens and 20s for tonight.  The state’s mountains could receive a little light snow, with mainly dry conditions elsewhere.

On Wednesday a cold front will drift through northern and eastern Wyoming.  The northeast corner will see some scattered mixed showers and snow showers.  Areas further south may see a few sprinkles of rain.  The western half of the state looks mainly dry.

By Thursday high pressure starts to move back in allowing for mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies.  Temperatures will have a chance to warm up as well.