The weekend is starting on a cool, cloudy and slick note for many areas of Wyoming including Casper with new snowfall overnight creating slick and slushy conditions this Friday morning. Daytime highs today will be noticeably cooler only peaking in the 40's for Central and Eastern regions under overcast conditions and snow/rain mix becoming more widespread for Southeast Wyoming while dying down for Central and Western areas into PM hours.
Cities such as Laramie and Cheyenne can expect 1-3 inches of snow accumulation while Casper should see minimal additional accumulation into the afternoon.
TONIGHT: Western Wyoming will dry out into the evening with just a slight chance of rain/snow mix for Casper tonight. Precipitation potential with remain steady for Southeast Wyoming with a slick Friday evening to anticipate along the I-25 and I-80 corridors in that region.
SATURDAY: Tomorrow will bring much clearer and dryer conditions statewide with abundant sunshine for your Saturday. Highs will boost back into the 50's for much of the state. LOOKING AHEAD: Dry conditions will continue into the start of next week with highs potentially hitting the low 60's for many areas East of the Divide into Sunday. Temperatures will again cool and cloud cover will increase towards Tuesday into Wednesday with another round of winter weather possible.