A weak frontal boundary will approach Wyoming early today.  Winds will remain strong and gusty across east-central and southeast parts of the state.  Winds gusting between 35 to 50 mph between Casper to Cheyenne and Cheyenne to Laramie through late afternoon.  Temperatures will be warmer than yesterday and near normal for this time of year.  Expect the chance for light and scattered snow showers late this afternoon through tonight and tomorrow morning.  The higher elevations and mountains will be at the greatest risk for snow showers.  No significant accumulation is expected, but there could be just enough in places for slick and icy spots on the roads.