A HIGH WIND WATCH has been issued for areas east of the Continental Divide out through central Montana for Sunday.
Normal November weather has been nice as of late, with sunshine and mild temperatures. This weekend will have some unsettled weather, but it will also provide sunshine and mild temperatures once again. Highs will warm from the 40s and 50s on Saturday into the 50s and 60s on Sunday. A few scattered rain showers will move through the lower elevations on Sunday, with scattered mountain snow showers likely through the weekend. Snow levels will be on the rise on Sunday as warmer air moves in. Sunday will also have the worst wind. Sustained speeds will range from 20-50mph, with some gusts topping 60mph. The worst wind will be right up against the Rocky Mountain Front where some gusts could top hurricane force (74mph). Towing a trailer or driving a high profile vehicle will be difficult on Sunday. Monday will be a fairly quiet but mostly cloudy day. Tuesday is when the next storm approaching with a mix of rain and snow going over to snow. Several inches could accumulate through Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
Have a great weekend.