It will be another gray, cloudy day across many portions of the state.  The clouds will hold temperatures back, with highs in most areas only in the 20s and 30s today.

Moisture pushing across the state from west to east is responsible for the clouds and the mixed bag of precipitation.  Western and central Wyoming, especially the mountains, will see snow shower activity today.  A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect through 6 PM for much of western Wyoming and for portions of I-80 from the Utah border east to near Rawlins.  Further east a Freezing Rain Advisory remains in effect through the morning hours.   This includes stretches of I-25 from the Colorado border north to near Casper.

The snow in the west will move east tonight into Wednesday morning.  Southeast and east central portions of the state look to be in the best position for some snowfall.  The western mountains will see additional snow as well.  The weather starts to improve in most areas by Wednesday afternoon.