Although starting off dry and overall warmer than this past weekend wintry weather is on it's way in to start your new work week. Highs today will peak widespread in the 30's and even low 40's for some Southeastern regions amid increasing chances of rain/snow mix into the afternoon. Daytime accumulation should remain minimal before temperatures fall and snow really kicks into gear this evening.
Evening: Temperatures will plummet tonight as cold air pushes into the Cowboy State dropping most cities well into the single digits for evening lows. Along with the bitter cold will come accumulation really beginning to stack up with cities such as Casper, Laramie, Rawlins and Rock Springs seeing the possibility of 5-8 inches of accumulation tonight alone.
Tuesday: Continued snowfall can be expected through the morning and early afternoon tomorrow with temperatures haven fallen greatly as compared to those felt today. Highs will peak in a range of teens for most areas will lows Tuesday evening falling well below zero. Roadways can be expected to be seen as icy and snow packed through the day making for a nice forecast to stay indoors as much as possible.
Looking Ahead: After Tuesday skies are expected to clear and dry amid gradually warming temperatures. By the weekend ahead of highs highs will again reach the 40's under abundant sunshine and dry weather to head out and enjoy for the weekend.