A cold start to the workweek, the wake-up temperatures for today started in the single digits and teens. Temperatures starting below freezing and with the snow on the ground, it will cause for hazardous road conditions. The roads will remain slick and icy. Black-ice has been reported in south-east Montana. A front will bring snow showers for northern and central portions of the state, especially towards Lewistown, and Havre. The snow shower will start to taper off later tonight, and temperatures will slightly warm up as the day continues. The high's for around the Treasure State will remain in the 20's and 30's. Tuesday morning will be partly cloudy skies for Helena and mostly cloudy skies for Great Falls. Livingston will have strong southwest winds that develop Tuesday night. The winds will possibly gust up to 50mph. In the next couple of days, temperatures will remain in the mid to upper 30's. Wednesday morning is our next mild snow shower.
Enjoy your day,