High pressure remains settled over the state of Wyoming for the rest of today.  Expect minimal cloudiness, mainly dry weather conditions, and breezy to gusty winds statewide.  Temperatures will also be very mild and about 25 degrees above normal.  Daytime highs will stay in the 50's and 60's, with some lower 70's possible in the far eastern Plains.  Clouds will then begin to thicken across the state tonight as a cool front and weather system approach the area.  Scattered rain and snow showers will develop across far southwestern portions of the state by early Thursday morning and will continue throughout the day.  There will also be a chance for rain or a rain/snow mix for central Wyoming on Thursday, while scattered snow showers will be possible in the state's mountains.  No major travel concerns are expected during this time and roads will remain mainly wet.  For eastern Wyoming, expect just a small chance for an isolated shower.  We will also see more clouds than sun and slightly cooler temperatures throughout the state.  However, it will still be mild and well above normal.