A trough of low pressure over the western half of the country is bringing frigid temperatures to the entire area.  Temperatures across the Cowboy State will remain at well below average levels for the next several days.  Daytime highs will struggle to get into the single digits above zero today with overnight lows plummeting into the teens and even 20s below zero.  Dangerous wind chills are of a concern.  A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect for northeast Wyoming through 12 noon Friday.

As far as precipitation is concerned there will not be too much over the next couple of days.  The mountains, especially those in the west, may pick up a few light snow showers on Friday.  On Saturday an area of low pressure will start to move inland.  This will bring us more clouds for the start of the weekend and the potential for snow showers in western and central Wyoming.