Eastern Wyoming will continue to warm into Sunday. The west side of the state will see clouds and snow showers build over the border, the Teton and Wind River Ranges by noon. By the evening, a shallow cold front will push snow showers across the northern Wyoming border into Sheridan. In the early Monday morning hours, moisture north of another frontal boundary centered in Nevada will push moisture into southern Wyoming. This moisture and snow showers will come from northeast Utah and northwest Colorado filling in up to the Medicine Bow Mountains. There will be few, if any, snow showers that make it past this point into Laramie and Cheyenne as they are forecasted to have 1 inch of snow.