Turning Cooler Across Wyoming, With Snow Possible This Weekend
A weak cold front will move continue moving through Wyoming today, bringing cooler temperatures and some unsettled weather conditions. Temperatures will be cold today through Saturday, with most locations across Wyoming in the 20’s to 30’s. A region of scattered snow is expected to affect northern and eastern parts of the state Friday night into Saturday. This scattered snow activity will create slick and icy roads in many areas. A more organized area of scattered to light snow is expected to fall into Saturday morning through the afternoon across east-central and southeast Wyoming. Minimal accumulations are expected with hazardous driving conditions for the start of the weekend. Western, west-central and southwest Wyoming will not be affected much by precipitation, with the exception of the mountains and western/northern mountain passes. Temperatures will be cooler statewide through. Clearing skies arrive into Sunday for a brief period. Chance for scattered snow again Sunday night into Monday for northern, central and eastern parts of Wyoming.