A good flow of moisture coming up from the south and southwest will allow for scattered thunderstorms to form across the state today and Saturday.  Keep in mind that slow moving thunderstorms can produce heavy rain, small hail and strong, gusty winds.  Scattered thunderstorms are expected mainly in the northern half of the state today, while more isolated thunderstorms will be found in central and southeast Wyoming.  The heavy rain will be of a greater concern in the northeast where a Flash Flood Watch is in effect through Saturday morning.

By Sunday the atmosphere will start to dry out a touch, which will lead to less thunderstorm chances, but they will still be around especially around the mountains.  Sunday looks to be the warmest day of the weekend.