A weak cool front and weather system will continue to push through the state of Wyoming today.  Expect partly to mostly cloudy skies and slightly cooler temperatures.  There will also be a chance for isolated rain and mountain snow showers across northern and central Wyoming.  Windy conditions are expected, especially across eastern Wyoming, through this afternoon with gusts between 35 and 50 mph.  Wind prone areas of I-25 (Colorado state line to Chugwater) and US-85 (Colorado state line to LaGrange) could see gusts between 50 and 60 mph, while high winds of 50 to 65 mph with isolated gusts of 65+ mph will be possible for I-25 (Chugwater to Wheatland near Bordeaux) and I-80 (Cheyenne to Arlington, especially near Buford, Vedauwoo, and Arlington).  Higher pressure will build over the area on Saturday and much of Sunday.  We will see minimal cloudiness, mainly dry conditions, and mild temperatures.  Winds will also remain breezy to gusty at times.  A strong Arctic cold front will then approach northern and central Wyoming on Sunday night, which will cause rain showers to develop and turn to snow by early Monday morning.  Dramatically colder temperatures and light snow or snow showers arrive statewide on Monday.