A DENSE FOG ADVISORY remains in effect until 9 am today.
A HIGH WIND WATCH has been issued for the Rocky Mountain Front from Today into Sunday.
Freezing fog mainly towards the Hi-Line and into Glasglow has been reported. The roads remain slick in areas around the state, especially North-east Montana. Remember, when driving through fog, never use your high beams. The use of high beams while traveling can make it hazardous for incoming traffic. The waking up temperatures this morning started in the single digits and teens around the state. As the day continues, the fog will begin to clear, and temperatures will be in the 30's and 40's. In the next few days, the Treasure State will start to feel the last round of fall-like temperatures. Friday mostly sunny skies and comfortable temperatures for the area. Saturday partly cloudy skies and mild conditions, the temperatures will remain in the 40's 50s. The wind will pick up off the Rocky Mountain Front and out across north-central Montana Saturday going into Sunday. Sunday is when the overall pattern changes. A cold front passes through the state, bringing snow showers along with it. After the front departs, temperatures take a dip. Colder temperatures and wet conditions are expected, leading up to Thanksgiving.