A WINTER STORM WATCH goes into effect Tuesday evening through Thursday afternoon.
The beginning of the work-week starting with; mostly cloudy skies, cooler temperatures, and scattered snow showers for most of the day. Southwest Montana is starting to see much of the snow early. Lewistown roads and buildings already covered with snow. Wake up temperatures for today in the 20' s and teens, the high temperatures for today only reaching the mid 30's for the Capitol. Tuesday's snow is expected to be more widespread over the Western half of North Central Montana. Helena expected snow totals 1-3 inches, Great Falls up to 5inches, and the Rocky Mountain Front 11inches of snow. Travel conditions may be hazardous; make sure you're giving yourself enough time to make it to your destination. Wednesday highs are in the mid-20's and lows in the teens. Thanksgiving day, high temperatures will only reach the teens, the snow will continue into Friday and low's taking a nose dive into the single digits. Sun shinny days are in store for us this upcoming weekend, but the temperatures will remain cold.
Enjoy the rest of your day,
Asia Raye 😊