Significantly Colder With Light To Scattered Snow
An upper-level weather system continues to move into Wyoming today and will remained settled over the region for the next several days. Expect cloudy to mostly cloudy skies and breezy to gusty winds statewide. A cold front will also be sliding across the area today, which will make temperatures significantly colder and well below average. Daytime highs will be in the 30's and 40's. Light to scattered snow showers are expected for much of the state, with the exception of far southeastern Wyoming. We will see slick and slushy roads, blowing snow, and areas of reduced visibility. Expect rain or a rain/snow mix in far southeastern Wyoming into the early afternoon hours, which will keep roads mainly wet. Rain will then mix with and turn to snow by the late/afternoon and evening hours. Light to moderate snowfall will continue tonight into Thursday morning. Roads throughout the state will be slick and icy, including all of I-25, I-80, and I-90. Lower elevations of northern and central Wyoming could see 3-6" of new snow, while 2-4" will be common elsewhere. Colder than normal temperatures and daily chances for snow continue on Thursday and Friday.