Cheyenne-based meteorologist Don Day. Jr, says he expects a fairly average fall in Wyoming.

Day goes on to say that early indications are that portions of the state east of the continental divide may have a colder-than-usual winter, while the areas west of the divide might have a milder winter season.

He also says, however, that it's still too early to project exactly what this winter will bring to the Cowboy State. Over the short-term, he says we can probably expect gradually cooling temperatures over the next few months, with the first freeze probably coming around the last week of September or so.

Day is the founder and president of Dayweather Inc.