The most recent storm system has pushed east and is leaving Wyoming with drier, quieter weather conditions.  That is, except for continued strong, gusty winds in the east.  Otherwise it will be a mostly sunny day statewide with highs topping off mainly in the 40s.

We will be in between storm systems and fronts through the night.  It will stay dry in most areas, but there will be enough atmospheric moisture around for some fog to form in the Big Horn Basin tonight into Wednesday morning.

Speaking of Wednesday, the middle of the week will prove to be settled and mainly dry again.  There will be plenty of sun to go around with high temperatures in the 40s and 50s.