A WINTER STORM WATCH goes in effect late tonight and will continue until Wednesday at midnight.Up to 6-12 inches of snow accumulation is possible toward the Northern Rocky Mountain Front and Southern Rocky Mountain Front.
Waking up temperatures today are quite comfortable. Today will remain mostly cloudy with the highs reaching the mid 50's for the Capitol. Through the night/overnight hours, the next storm system will creep into the area producing light rain, transitioning into a snow shower. The Rocky Mountain front will be the first to get mix rain/snow. Lower elevations of North Central Montana will start to feel snow showers Tuesday afternoon/evening. Tuesday temperatures will be in the 30's and 40's. Beginning Wednesday, expect cloudy conditions, and morning snow showers. Wednesday temperatures high's will only reach the 20's and 30's with lows in the teens. Wednesday mix rain/snow tappers off late morning into the afternoon hours. Thursday will be dry for most of the state, temperatures only reaching the mid to lower 30's. Partly cloudy skies for the remainder of the week with another small disturbance heading our way Sunday going into Monday.
Enjoy today's warmth,
Asia Raye 😊