We are in between storm systems today and although chilly, it will be a partly cloudy to a mostly sunny day statewide.  Conditions will be mainly dry, other than perhaps a few light snow showers starting to develop along the state's western border tonight.

Snow moves into western Wyoming on Wednesday along a cold front.  A Winter Storm Watch is in effect Wednesday through early Friday morning for most of western Wyoming including the Tetons and the Wind River Mountains and also for the area around and including Sheridan. Meanwhile central and eastern locations will experience warmer temperatures and scattered clouds.

The cold front travels across the rest of the state on Thursday, bringing with it scattered snow showers.  Northern, western and an area from Rawlins west will be in the best position for snowfall at this time.  Colder conditions will blanket the state again too.