Scattered snow showers will once again cross the state later today thanks to chilly air from the north combining with a batch of moist air coming up from the south.  The weather pattern, although unsettled, is somewhat unorganized, which makes it difficult to pinpoint exactly where the snow will fall today.  Through the afternoon and evening, northern and central Wyoming look to be in the best position for snowfall.  As an area of low pressure, now to our southwest, slides east southern portions of the state will be in a better position for some snowfall late tonight into Saturday morning.  The Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect for the Sierra Madre and Snowy Ranges in south central Wyoming through Saturday afternoon.  If you have travel plans, do allow for extra time due to the weather.

The weekend will prove to be chilly and cold with additional scattered snow showers expected from time to time.  Highs will top off mainly in the 20s with lows in the single digits and teems.