A large trough of low pressure will remained settled over the Pacific Ocean and the west coast for the rest of today and Thursday.  This will funnel subtropical moisture and atmospheric instability into the state of Wyoming during this time.  Expect more clouds than sun with isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms today.  Any storms that develop could be capable of producing strong winds, small hail, and brief periods of heavy rain, mainly across southeastern parts of the state.  Temperatures will also remain mild and close to normal, with daytime highs in the 60's and 70's.  We will see early sunshine on Thursday and then clouds will thicken in the afternoon and evening hours.  Thunderstorms will be more isolated and will most likely produce gusty winds and lots of lightning.  Temperatures will continue to stay close to average.  The weather system that has been settled over western portions of the nation will slowly move into Wyoming on Friday and Saturday.  This will make rain showers and thunderstorms likely and heavy rain could also be possible at times.