A boundary continues through the central part of the state, leaving northeast Montana colder than western Montana. Today will be partly cloudy skies, with the high temperatures only reaching the 20s and 30s. A mild chance of flurries over central and eastern Montana is possible. Overall, expect a dry day today for Helena. Today through Wednesday, a high-pressure system will begin to build into Montana, bringing drier and slightly warmer conditions to the region. Wednesday will be mostly cloudy with a high chance of snow showers towards the mountains. Breezy conditions expected for Livingston. Strong crosswinds may cause hazardous conditions with blowing of snow. The wind will continue to pick up this afternoon until Wednesday, the strongest winds are expected for tonight. The wind will be gusting up to 70mph. Thursday, another Pacific storm will move into the northwest U.S. with rain and mountain snow increasing through western Montana. Snowfall will begin Thursday morning and will intensify Thursday afternoon/evening. The expected snowfall amount of Lolo Pass 1-2 feet, and Lost Trail Pass 8-16 inches. Next chance at light snow will occur on Friday.
Enjoy your day,