Another Pacific storm system will move into western and northern parts of Wyoming today.  This system will bring areas of rain and mountain snow to the region.  Central and eastern Wyoming will remain mostly dry through this afternoon, with cool to mild temperatures and strong winds.  Winds will lessen across central and southeast Wyoming by early afternoon.

Tonight into Friday morning, a cold front will push through central, southeast and eastern parts of the state.  Expect the chance for scattered to light snow showers, enough to create slick and icy road conditions across the southeast for Friday morning's commute.  Scattered snow showers will still be possible across the western and northwest mountains, and also across the far northern border.  Temperatures will be slightly cooler on Friday, and expect periods of scattered to light snow over southeast and northeast Wyoming.  Southeast Wyoming will see rain/snow scattered activity potentially even into Friday night and Saturday morning.  Slow improving is expected on Saturday for southeast Wyoming.