Today’s temperatures will surprisingly feel comfortable for most of the state. Fall-like temperatures and mostly clear skies today. There is a DENSE FOG ADVISORY now in effect until 10 AM today! Areas affected; Chouteau, Blaine, Fergus counties, and mainly towards the Rocky Mountain front. Hazardous driving conditions are possible due to low visibility and icy roads. Friday temperatures will be more seasonable, but winds will increase Friday into Saturday. Winds are expected to be sustained between 15-30 mph. Friday evening/night mixed rain/snow will come from the western portion of the State. Friday's small storm will be in and out, reaching the Capitol late night going into Saturday. Saturday's storm is expected to clear by afternoon. Aside, from the weak storm that comes to visit, this weekend, temperatures will be on the up and up. Sunday will be cloudy and windy. Winds will pick up around the Rocky Mountain Front; winds are expecting to gust up to 60mph. The next weather maker for the Treasure State is expected to arrive Tuesday with slightly colder temperatures and a better chance of accumulating snow. Wednesday will be mostly sunny. Highs will reach the upper 30's/ lowers 40's.
Enjoy your day,