The cold front that came through Sunday afternoon has brought in snow showers and will continue to bring snow to portions of the state through this evening.  Portions of northwest and southern Wyoming will see off and snow showers throughout the day, with some additional accumulations.  A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect until 8 PM tonight for the southeast.  Stretches of I-80 and I-25, state highways and county roads in those areas will be slick and snow packed in spots.  Along with the snow, the cold front has brought in colder temperatures.  Highs today will be in the teens and 20s.

The sky will start to clear out around the state tonight and the snow will continue to push south.  It will be a very cold night with lows in the single digits above and below zero.  Some valley regions and the Big Horn Basin will see areas of fog form tonight into Tuesday morning.

We will be in between fronts and storm systems on Tuesday.  After some morning fog, much of the state will see mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies and mainly dry conditions throughout the day.