A warm one but also a windy one on the menu for today with highs peaking back in the 50's and 60's and winds gusting into the 40-50 mph range.  Cloud cover on the rise today especially for Northern and Western Wyoming with chances of precipitation in these areas boosting.  Mountain passes can expect snowfall beginning today and continuing well into tomorrow while more populated basin and valley floors East of the Divide can expect primarily dry conditions today.

TONIGHT: After warmer temperatures today colder air will begin to slide into the state resulting in temperatures dropping into the 20's and 30's and an increase in precipitation potential.  Casper as well as most other cities East of the Divide will see the potential of around a 1/2 inch of snowfall accumulation tonight into tomorrow with Buffalo and Sheridan seeing the possibility of an inch.

TOMORROW: A cloudy, cool and potentially slick day as your heading out.  Highs will drop into the 30's and 40's and chances of rain/snow mix will be seen through the course of the day and into the evening.  Temperatures should stay just warm enough that accumulation should stay relatively minimal but evening hours will bring along the potentially for especially slick and snowy conditions.

LOOKING AHEAD: After another bout with the cold weather Wednesday, Thursday will begin to warm and clear out with highs expected back in the 50's.  After Thursday it's all uphill into the weekend!  Highs back into the 60's and even the 70's, skies abundant with sunshine and conditions remaining dry.  All these ingredients add up to a deliciously pleasant weekend to head outside and stay outside, enjoy!

John Shrable
Updated: 8:30 AM