A WIND CHILL ADVISORY is in effect until 11 am today for places along the hi-line from Cut Bank all the way to the Dakotas, and down in southwestern Montana including Dillon and areas near Yellowstone National Park.
Another day, another wind chill advisory here in the Treasure State. A deep upper- level trough is situated over the western United States, and will remain there through the end of the week. This means the weather is going to be clear and cold, while precipitation will stay to our South and West. Although these persistent low wind chill values are uncomfortable and down- right dangerous at times, the skies will stay clear for the rest of the week. This weekend is when we’ll finally see some new weather roll in, with light snow and very high winds.
Enjoy the sunshine today!