A cold front will continue to push through the rest of the state today. Areas of fog are found in the southwest along some stretches of I-80, with snow showers in the northwest. A Winter Storm Watch remains in effect for portions of the northwest, including the Owl Creek and Bridger Mountains, Absoroka Mountains and portions of the Wind Rivers through Friday morning.
Further east, temperatures will still be fairly mild today. As the front moves east, clouds will fill into central and eastern Wyoming too. Later today into tonight, the showers will head east as well. The mountains in central and south central Wyoming and portions of the Big Horns could see snow mixing in with the rain to all snow. In the lower elevations, most of the precipitation will stay in the form of rain.
Friday will be a colder day statewide with additional showers and mountain snow showers. Highs will only be in the 40s and lower 50s with overnight lows in the 20s (mountains) and 30s (lower elevations).