A large trough of low pressure will be settled over the Pacific Northwest and California for the rest of today through the end of the weekend. This will create a persistent flow of subtropical moisture into the state of Wyoming during this time. Expect more clouds than sun, breezy to gusty winds, and daily chances for rain showers and thunderstorms until Sunday. Strong and possibly some severe thunderstorms will also be possible, especially across central and eastern portions of the state. Any storms that develop could be capable of producing hail, strong winds, heavy rain, and lots of lightning. Temperatures will remain mild and close to normal statewide through the end of the weekend, with daytime highs in the 60’s and 70’s.