A stationary low pressure system will continue to create colder than normal and unsettled weather conditions throughout the state of Wyoming for the rest of today.  Expect cloudy to mostly cloudy skies, colder than normal temperatures, and breezy to gusty winds statewide today.  Daytime highs will remain in the 30's and 50's.  Moderate to heavy snow will be possible across southeastern Wyoming into the late morning/early afternoon hours.  Poor visibility, blowing and drifting snow, and hazardous driving conditions (snowpacked and icy roads) will also be likely during this time.  Light to moderate snowfall will continue for the rest of today and tonight across southeastern Wyoming, with new snow accumulations of 2-5" expected.  Slick and icy roadways with some areas of reduced visibility will also continue into Saturday morning.  For southwestern, central, and northern Wyoming, expect light snow or a rain/snow mix by the afternoon and evening.  Roads stay wet to slick across these areas during the day and will then turn icy tonight as snow shower activity continues.  This low pressure system will slowly move northeasterly and collide with a cold front on Saturday.  Light to scattered snow showers are expected again throughout the entire state on Saturday and Saturday night.  Once again, watch out for slick and icy travel conditions.  By Sunday, travel conditions begin to improve, but there will still be a chance for rain and snow showers.