Snow showers are expected in Casper during the middle of the week, according to the National Weather Service.

The greatest likelihood for snow begins at noon Wednesday, according to a forecast that was current as of Sunday morning. The NWS said show showers will likely continue after 2 p.m., and Wednesday's high will only be around 42 F.

Wednesday will see a 70% chance for precipitation with winds gusting up to 29 mph. Snow showers are likely to continue into Wednesday night, when temperatures are expected to drop to 16 F with the chance of precipitation remaining at 70%.

The chance of snow showers Thursday drops to 50%, and falls again to 30% Thursday night. Late Thursday will be colder, however, dropping down to around 13 F.

Follow the National Weather Service for updated forecast information, and be prepared for winter driving conditions by increasing your following distance, driving more slowly and ensuring your headlights and brake lights are functioning properly.

Visit WyoRoad.info for current road conditions or download the Wyoming 511 app.