Chilly temperatures have spread across the state.  Highs today will be mainly in the 30s and 40s with a few lower 50s in the southwest.  The cold front that brought in the much cooler temperatures is now well to our south and has left behind a fairly dry air mass.  Other than some light snow showers in the far north, much of the state will see dry weather conditions today and tonight.

Another stronger cold front moves through on Friday.  Mixed showers to wet snow will develop and move through the state throughout the day and into the evening.  Northern, central and eastern Wyoming will be in the best position for precipitation.  Accumulating snow is expected.  Travelers will want to allow for extra time and to drive with caution.  The southwest corner will not see much, if any, precipitation.  Most areas will see highs only in the 30s.