It will be another spectacular day across the Cowboy State with sunshine  and above average temperatures.  Highs will range from the 40s to the 60s.  The wind will increase tonight in portions of central Wyoming

Wednesday will prove to be another mild day, but travelers will have to contend with the wind.  Gusty west winds will be found across much of the state, with the strongest gusts likely in central and southern locations.  There winds could gust to 45 and 50 mph at times.  Those in northwest Wyoming will need to be aware of developing snow showers as well.

Overnight Wednesday into Thursday morning a Thanksgiving Day cold front moves through.  Holiday snow showers are expected in northern and western portions of the state.  The snow will be accompanied by wind as well, causing reduced visibility.  Other than a few light flurries or snow showers early Thursday around the rest of the state’s mountains, most areas will stay dry.  It will, however, be a much cooler and windy day statewide.