A FLOOD WARNING continues for the Milk River near Glasgow.
A FLOOD ADVISORY continues for Battle Creek and Lodge Creek in northern Montana.
Brrrr! After a significant snow hit Montana, cold air has moved in. High temperatures on Wednesday were a good 30-40 degrees below average. Lows on Wednesday night into Thursday morning will drop into the 0s and even below 0 in some places. Although Thursday will still be very cold, more sunshine will develop. A few snow showers will develop over the western part of the state through the afternoon. Highs will be in the 20s and 30s, still way below average. Friday will start out partly to mostly sunny but clouds will increase through the afternoon. The next low pressure will spread snow showers later in the day . Snow showers will continue into Saturday morning. The mountains will pick up another few inches of snow, and the lower elevations could see a light accumulation up to 1-2". By Saturday afternoon, most areas will be mostly sunny with highs in the 30s and 40s. Sunday will have increasing clouds and a few mixed rain and snow showers by afternoon. Highs will be in the 40s to near 50. Monday will still be a little unsettled with areas of mixed rain and snow in the lower elevations, and the mountains will see more accumulation. Warmer and drier air is on the way for Tuesday and Wednesday with highs warming through the 50s into the 60s.
Have a great day!