Warmer Than Normal & Mainly Dry Through Wednesday
A strong ridge of high pressure will continue to strengthen over the state of Wyoming today and for much of the day on Wednesday. We will see sunny to mostly sunny skies and mainly dry weather conditions statewide. Winds could be breezy to gusty at times, especially across central and southeastern Wyoming, but no significant gusting is expected. Temperatures will also be very mild and close to 25 degrees above normal, with daytime highs in the 50's and 60's. A cool front and weather system will approach the region Wednesday night into Thursday. This will cause clouds to thicken statewide overnight. There will also be a chance for scattered rain and snow showers across lower elevations in far southwestern portions of the state, while snow will develop in the western and southern mountains by early Thursday morning. Expect more clouds than sun on Thursday and we also cannot rule out a few isolated showers across lower elevations during the day. Mountain snow showers will also continue during this time. Temperatures will become a few degrees cooler, but it will still be unseasonably mild. There will be a chance for rain and snow showers on Thursday night.