A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY continues for Marias Pass and the Rocky Mountain Front above 5000' into late MORNING.
Today is the last day of semi mild temperatures. The temperatures will remain calm, but the wind is still sticking around the Treasure State, bringing snow along with it. A cold front will move through the state along with scattered snow showers, mainly in the mountains. Tomorrow will be areas of light snow that will move through the western and central areas of the state. Great Falls and Helena will miss out on the action, only getting a trace of snow. Thursday's temperatures will remind us WINTER is here. The high temperatures will range from the 10s up on the Hi-Line to the 20s and 30s farther south. Friday and Saturday temperatures will slightly warm-up, thanks to a high-pressure ridge, but another cold front will enter the state from Canada, bringing sub-freezing temperatures.
Enjoy your day,