A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued for portions of central and north-central Montana for Saturday morning that will carry on until Saturday night. The lower elevations are expecting to get 1 to 3" and in the higher elevations 2-8".
Light flurries will continue to fly tonight through tomorrow, for portions of central and western Montana. The most significant impact of this passing storm will be seen in southwestern Montana. Windy conditions will pick up for tonight in southwest Montana and will continue into tomorrow late morning. The wind over the mountain passes will create drifting snow throughout the day tomorrow. A strong cold front will move into the state along with a low-pressure system bringing in unsettling weather for Saturday. There will be periods of gusty northerly winds and snow once the front passes. The temperatures will fall into the teens and lower 20s behind the front. The snow totals won't leave a significant impact around the capital, but the mountains will yet again have the highest snow totals. Saturday, the state will have mostly cloudy skies and snow showers. Sunday partly cloudy skies and dry conditions. Next week mid-week arctic air invades the state!
Enjoy your weekend,