A HIGH WIND WATCH has been issued for much of central and northern Montana for Saturday into Sunday.
A DENSE FOR ADVISORY remains in effect until today at 11 AM.
The wake-up temperatures for the State not favorable, but throughout the day, fall-like temps are on the way. A high-pressure system will bring comfortable temperatures and mostly sunny skies for the Treasure State. Temperatures are expected to reach the mid to upper 40's. Great Falls, Roundup, and Livingston temperatures will reach the lower 50's. With Temperatures steady increasing for most of the State, an increase in wind is likely, especially for the Rocky Mountain Front. Saturday expect mostly to partly cloudy and stronger winds. A WIND WATCH & WARNING both go into effect tomorrow morning and afternoon and will carry on until Sunday. Sunday temperatures will remain comfortable, but the weather pattern will change. Sunday, a cold front will move through the state, bringing colder temperatures and a mix of rain/snow showers. The mountains will see most of Sunday's disturbance, and the snow showers will continue until Monday. The high temperatures for Monday will only reach the 20's and 30's. Tuesday will be partly cloudy with a slim chance of snow showers. Wednesday, another round of light snow. Although temperatures will be cold and conditions may be wet, Wednesday does not look like a bad day to travel. Thanksgiving Day, expect freezing temperatures, and mostly sunny skies with a slight chance of a morning snow shower.
Enjoy your day, and have a great weekend!