A WIND CHILL ADVISORY is in effect in northeastern Montana, expiring at 8 am Wednesday. Wind chill values were as low as 20 degrees below zero in Glasgow earlier this morning. Additionally, most of Montana is under a WINTER STORM WATCH starting later this afternoon and lasting until Friday. A big winter storm is coming our way, starting late tonight as a wintry mix in southwestern Montana, but continuing as snow on Thursday. Thursday, temperatures will start out mild in the western part of the state, but drop significantly as the front moves through. The snow should move out by Friday evening, and the weekend should be dry with a few clouds.
As always, tune in tonight for the latest severe weather updates.