A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued for areas along the Rocky Mountain Front in anticipation of more ground blizzard conditions.  Several roads are still closed in the area, but crews have been able to open up more miles of state highway.  Conditions will worsen on Tuesday as the wind increases once again.  Wind will increase for north-central Montana as well where there has been a fair amount of blowing snow.  While blowing snow will be an issue Tuesday, snow falling from the sky will be confined to the mountains along the Continental Divide.  Wednesday the wind will ease up, and highs will warm into the 30s for a lot of the state.  Thursday is March 1st, and the month will come in like a lamb with partly cloudy skies, lighter wind, and mild temperatures in the 30s to around 40.  The quiet weather will not last long as another snowstorm will spread snow across the state late Friday into the weekend.  Snow is likely throughout Saturday, continuing for parts of the state Sunday, before ending Monday.  Spring is right around the corner but there’s a fair amount of snow left.

Have a nice day.

Curtis Grevenitz

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Chief Meteorologist

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