A weather disturbance crossing the state is bringing some wind to the east and will bring some showers in as well.  Northern and western Wyoming will be in the best position for scattered showers, with a rain/snow mix or all wet snow in the higher elevations.  A few showers cannot be ruled out in the central (including Casper) and southeast portions of the state as well, but the chances for precipitation there are less.

High pressure starts to move into the state on Friday.  There will still be a few more showers or mixed showers in the northwest, with other areas staying dry.  High pressure will be in place for the weekend.  Get ready for warmer temperatures statewide with just a small chance of isolated thunderstorms on Sunday.  Highs will be in the 70s in Casper this weekend.