CASPER, Wyo. — Warmer temperatures are on the way for Casper and Natrona County, but they will come with plenty of wind.

That will take place after today, though, as there continues to be a 30% chance for snow, mainly between noon and 5 p.m., according to the National Weather Service in Riverton. Skies will remain mostly cloudy and the high will get near 30 degrees. Winds are expected from the west-northwest at around 11 mph.

Skies will clear for tonight as the low falls to around 19. Winds will come from the southwest at 10–20 mph with gusts reaching 30 mph.

Those winds are likely to stick around Tuesday as the high reaches 40 degrees under mostly sunny skies. The winds won’t let up Tuesday night and are expected to pick up slightly to 17–22 mph before falling to 5–10 mph after transitioning to the west at around midnight. Skies will be mostly cloudy and the forecast low is 23.

There will be a break from stronger winds on a 50-degree Wednesday. A light breeze will pick up to 6–11 mph south winds. Skies will be mostly cloudy and remain so overnight. Winds will pick up again to 13–18 mph with gusts reaching 28 mph through Thursday morning, when snow chances, albeit low, return for Casper. There’s a 30% chance for snow after 1 p.m. despite a high of 48 degrees. Chances rise to 60% for Thursday night as the low falls to around 29.

More on the forecast is available from the National Weather Service.