A strong cold front is starting to work its way through the state.  It is bringing cooler temperatures, some clouds and areas of fog (especially to the northeast) to the northern portion of the state.  Meanwhile, central and southern Wyoming will be in line for fairly quiet weather through this afternoon with highs in the 40s.

The front moves south through the southern half of the state late this afternoon into tonight.  As a result snow showers will spread from north to south.  The cold front will bring some good snow amounts to western and northern Wyoming as well as to the mountains in the central portion of the state.  A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for those areas later this afternoon through 12 noon on Thursday.  Areas further south, including the I-80 corridor, will see snow late this evening into tonight.

Thursday will be a sharply colder day statewide with highs no better than the teens and 20s.  Snow showers will continue to be found in central and southern portions of the state.

Be advised of winter driving conditions, slick roads, reduced visibility and colder temperatures statewide this afternoon and Thursday.