High pressure will be the main weather feature throughout the state of Wyoming today and Saturday. Expect sunny to mostly sunny skies and mainly dry weather conditions during this time. Winds, however, could become strong at times across the more wind-prone areas. Temperatures will remain colder than normal today, with highs in the 20’s to lower 40’s. Milder and closer to average temperatures will then arrive by Saturday. The only major travel concern will be the potential for night and morning fog as well as some areas of black ice over higher elevations. A fast-moving weather disturbance will then push across the state on Sunday. This will create slightly more cloud cover for the end of the weekend. Winds will also remain gusty to strong at times. There will be only a minimal chance for rain and mountain snow showers in western and northern Wyoming, but expect no travel concerns. Otherwise, conditions stay mild and mainly dry.