An Arctic cold front will continue to push through the state of Wyoming today.  Expect cloudy to mostly cloudy skies, breezy to gusty winds, and light snow or brief snow showers across the state.  Daytime highs (20's and 30's) will occur early in the morning and then temperatures will be falling rapidly for the rest of the day.  Total snow accumulation through Thursday morning will remain between 1-3" for lower elevations, while higher elevations and the state's mountains could see 3-5" of new snow.  Slick and icy roads will be likely throughout Wyoming, including all of I-25, I-80, and I-90.  A northwesterly flow, which is favorable for creating fast-moving weather systems, will be set up over the region for the end of the weekend through the upcoming weekend.  This will keep daily chances for snow in the forecast until at least Sunday.  Only small, if any, new accumulations are expected during this time, but it will be enough to keep roads slick and icy in places.  Temperatures will also be bitterly cold, with daytime highs staying in the teens and 20's.