A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect for most of central and eastern Montana into Wednesday morning.
A sharp cold front is dropping temperatures and snow as it moves south through the state. Snow is sticking on the ground and roads shortly after is begins and will continue to accumulate light amounts through the night into Wednesday morning. Roads will be slippery as wet areas will freeze over and snow will accumulate over the ice. Temperatures tonight will dip into the 10s and 20s, cold enough for that snow to stick. Wednesday will start out with a little snow still falling, but clouds and snow will break up through the morning hours into early afternoon as sunshine gradually increases. Highs will be well below average in the 20s and 30s. Temperatures will start warming up on Thursday with partly to mostly sunny skies. Highs will warm into the 40s. Friday will be a fine fall day with highs in the 50s to around 60 for much of the state. Another storm will spread light snow across the state late Saturday into Sunday. So the weekend will go from mild and dry early on, to wintry and cold by the second half. Another round of warmer weather will move in by Tuesday of next week. Temperatures will really be on a roller coaster over the next 7-10 days.
Have a nice day.