There will be plenty of sun, heat and wind to go around the state today.  All of this and a low relative humidity will lead to very high to extreme fire dangers in many areas.  A good portion of the state is under a Red Flag Warning through 8pm tonight.  Strong mainly west winds will gust to 30 mph at times.   This will also lead to hazy skies due to wildfires.  There is little chance, if any, for developing showers and thunderstorms.

A good push of cooler air comes in along a fairly strong cold front that will push through the state on Wednesday.  Southern Wyoming will still be warm for another day, while northern Wyoming will likely see their daytime highs early in the day with then falling temperatures throughout the afternoon.

By the early afternoon, showers will start to move into the northern third of the state.  They will then spread south by the evening and at night.

Thursday will be a noticeably cooler day, especially in the east where clouds and off and on showers will linger for a while longer.  Temperatures will likely not get out of the 60s in the east, with the 70s and a few lower 80s possible in the far west.