A fast-moving cold front will bring areas of scattered snowfall to parts of western, central and eastern Wyoming through this afternoon.  Temperatures will be colder today, and cold enough to support snow and slick, icy road conditions statewide.  Highs reaching only into the 20's and 30's through this afternoon.  Scattered snow will come to an end this afternoon north to south across the state.  Winds will be strong and gusty through tonight, with some higher gusts in the 50 mph range.  Those stronger gusts will be limited to parts of northwest, central and southeast Wyoming, especially the more wind-prone areas.

Quite cold tonight, as high pressure quickly resumes its position over Wyoming.  Expect clearing tonight into Wednesday, with improving weather.  Patchy fog will be possible across some of the lower valleys into early Wednesday morning, otherwise expect developing sunshine.  Temperatures gradually improve Wednesday, then turn warmer on Thursday.