The weather across southeast Wyoming and Nebraska Panhandle for the next several days calls for windy conditions Friday and Saturday, but warmer and dry. Could see wind gusts in the wind-prone areas in southeast Wyoming approaching 60MPH with 40MPH gusts elsewhere. It'll be warmer Friday and Saturday with highs in the 60s for a large area east of the Laramie Range and mid to upper 40s west. Next chance for snow looks to be Sunday as a cold front moves into the area from the northwest. Snow looks to develop along this front as it moves towards the southeast. Many areas along and west of the Laramie Range should see some accumulations Sunday late afternoon into the evening hours, with snow ending by Monday morning. The Nebraska Panhandle should only see a dusting or so of snow Sunday night into Monday morning. Overnight lows Monday morning will be very cold, with single digits east of the Laramie Range and low to mid teens west. Strong winds look to return Tuesday as another front moves in from the north and northeast.