Today will start off messy; snow showers will continue to fall in north-central Montana and the higher elevations. The wind will continue to howl throughout the morning, and the cloud cover will keep the temperatures slightly below average. The highs will remain in the '50s and '60s. By mid-afternoon/early evening, the spring mix will diminish as the low pressure exits the state. Mountain passes and areas in North-central Montana roads are wet and slippery. Tomorrow will start off as a quiet day, the sun will briefly return, and the wind will subside. Another low-pressure roll through the state with scattered showers and thunderstorms. The temperatures will trend in the '50s and '60s, but the mountains temperatures will only reach the '30s and '40s. Saturday, a high-pressure will move in and create mostly sunny skies and light wind. The temperatures west of the continental divide will stay in the mid to upper '60s, and the rest of the state will only trend in the '50s. Mother's day will have an increase in clouds with a few showers and mountain snow.
Enjoy your day,