Mainly Dry Through Saturday, Cold Front Moves in Sunday

We are in between weather systems today and Saturday.  However, there still could be a light dusting of snow in the state’s mountains yet today, with dry conditions expected elsewhere.

Once again in central and eastern and in pockets of southern Wyoming, the wind will be of a concern.  West to northwest winds could gust to 40 and 45 mph at times.

The wind starts to calm down on Saturday.  The start of the weekend should provide for mostly sunny skies and warmer temperatures statewide.  Highs will range from the mid 40s in the high country to the 50s and lower 60s in the lower elevations.  Saturday looks to be the pick day of the weekend if you have travel plans or outdoor activities.

The next cold front moves into western and parts of northern Wyoming on Sunday.  Expect thickening cloud cover in those areas with developing mixed showers and snow showers.  This front heads east late Sunday and could bring some snow to the east as well.  Due to this front, it will be sharply colder statewide on Monday with scattered snow showers.