For Saturday, an isolated flurry is possible in northeast Wyoming, and that could move into western South Dakota in the afternoon as a sprinkle or two as temperatures warm above freezing. Most places will remain dry though, and high temperatures will top out in the upper 30s and lower 40s. More of the same is expected to end the weekend on Sunday. The bitter cold air will arrive by Tuesday, with highs only in the teens. Wednesday morning's low will flirt with 0°F, possibly dropping just below that. It looks like we will warm up a little bit by the start of next weekend.