A large and very slow-moving weather system will approach the state of Wyoming today and will then become settled over the region for the rest of the work week. Within this large weather system, there will be faster-moving weather disturbances that push across the area. For today, expect cloudy to mostly cloudy skies, breezy to gusty winds, and cool temperatures statewide. High temperatures will remain in the 30’s and 40’s for western Wyoming, with 40’s and 50’s elsewhere. Light to scattered snow showers or a rain/snow mix will develop in western Wyoming today and will then push into central portions of the state by later tonight into early Tuesday morning. Travel concerns include periods of reduced visibility and developing slick/icy spots, mainly for western portions of I-80 and western portions of I-90. We will continue to see cloudy to mostly cloudy skies and gusty winds throughout the state of Wyoming on Tuesday. Light to scattered snow or a rain/snow mix will be possible for western and central Wyoming, while rain or a rain/snow mix will develop elsewhere. Snow will then be likely for the entire state by Tuesday night and could become heavy at times across central and southeastern Wyoming. Cloudy skies, snow shower activity, and colder temperatures will be in the forecast statewide on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.