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Arctic Air still hanging around for the morning hours!

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Posted at 7:20 AM, Feb 19, 2020
and last updated 2020-02-19 10:51:03-05

A WIND CHILL ADVISORY will remain in effect for northeast Montana until 11 am today.

Freezing fog has been reported in the southeast and along the Hi-Line. Arctic air will stick around the state until tonight, but a high-pressure system will settle over the state bringing in sunny skies and chilly conditions. The high-temperatures for today will be in the '20s and 30s. Tomorrow's temperatures will climb into the upper 30's and low to mid '40s. Sunny skies will carry into the rest of the workweek along with slightly warmer temperatures and breezy conditions. With the temperatures and the wind increasing, having low humidity, and lack of snowpack on the ground for Friday and Saturday, a winter wildfire is possible. Be safe and avoid burning any debris this weekend!

Enjoy your day,

Asia Raye😊