A FLOOD WARNING continues for the Milk River near Glasgow.
The wake-up temperatures for the state will be below 0 in some places and the single digits in others. With sub-freezing temperatures, the roads will remain slick, and thanx to a high-pressure system, most of the state will have more sunshine. Light showers will develop in the western half of the state going into the afternoon. The high temperatures for today will climb out of the single digits, but will still trend below average. Most of the state temperatures will only reach the '20s and '30s, while portions of northwest Montana will stay in the lower '40s. Light snow showers will continue into Friday due to a low -pressure system. The temperatures will slightly increase, and the highs will reach the upper '30s and low to mid-'40s. The state will start with partly to mostly sunny skies, but by afternoon the clouds will increase. Saturday's temperatures will trend in the '30s, and 40's yet again, and the snow showers will carry into Saturday morning. The higher elevations will get a few additional inches of snow, and the lower elevations could be seen anywhere between up to 2" of snow.
Enjoy your day,