Jan. 24, 2011 — Weather Fairly Quiet Today, Winds Pick up on Wednesday
The scattered snow showers that moved through state very early Wednesday have pushed off to the east. Other than a few additional light snow showers or flurries in the northwest, the day will be mainly dry and cool statewide.
Once again the winds are expected to pick up across the state on Wednesday. West to northwest winds will lead to warmer temperatures in the east. This pattern will also bring a few additional snow showers to the northwest.
On Thursday the snow in the northwest and west central portions of the state is expected to intensify as the moisture combines with a passing cold front. The rest of the state is expected to stay dry through the day, but the snow is expected to spread from northwest to southeast Thursday night into Friday morning. Casper could see some accumulating snow on Friday morning.