High pressure will control the weather across much of the state today.  With the exception of mountain snow showers, expect minimal cloudiness, mainly dry weather conditions, and warmer than normal temperatures statewide.  However, breezy to windy conditions are expected later this evening and overnight, especially across central and southeastern Wyoming.  Winds could gust between 35 and 50 mph, while wind prone areas could see gusts as high as 60 mph.  Daytime highs will stay in the 50's and 60's.  A weak cold front will approach the state of Wyoming throughout the day on Tuesday.  We will see slightly more cloud cover and cooler temperatures throughout the state.  Conditions stay mainly dry across lower elevations during the day, but there will be another chance for mountain snow showers.  Windy conditions continue through the morning hours and then begin to lessen for the rest of the day.  By Tuesday night, scattered rain and snow showers could develop across lower elevations.