We are finally seeing a change in our weather pattern.  An area of low pressure coming in from the Pacific will allow showers to form in western Wyoming today.  This slow moving weather system heads east and will bring showers to central and southern portions of the state later today and tonight.  The northeast corner will have the least chance of precipitation.

The good news continues as this weather system will stick around for awhile allowing for additional showers on both Tuesday and Wednesday.  Not everyone, however, will see the rain as the showers will be spotty in nature.

Temperatures will be comfortable and top off in the 60s and 70s.  Overnight lows will be mainly in the 40s and lower 50s, with a few 30s in the higher elevations.