An exiting storm system will continue to bring wind and some showers to eastern Wyoming through this afternoon.  A High Wind Warning remains in effect through 6 PM for portions of the eastern plains.  The wind in the warning areas could gust to 60 mph at times.  Very strong, gusty west to northwest winds are found and will continue across many portions of the state through this evening as well.

It will be a chilly start to the weekend, but weather conditions will be much more settled.  Saturday will provide for mostly sunny to sunny skies and mainly dry conditions statewide.

On Sunday the next cold front is scheduled to move into the state.  Showers will develop and move into the state's western counties.  Showers in the mountains and higher elevations there will mix with and switch over to snow.  Meanwhile further east, central and eastern counties will continue to stay mainly dry and partly cloudy through Sunday afternoon.

Sunday night into Monday the showers and mixed showers will push through the rest of the state along the front.  The higher elevations and mountains will see mixed showers and snow, while the lower elevations will mainly see mainly rain.  Be ready for cooler temperatures on Monday.