A WINTER STORM WARNING has been issued for northern and eastern Montana from Friday through most of Saturday.
A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued for western and southwestern Montana from Friday into Saturday morning.
Snow and cold weather will continue here in Big Sky Country into the holiday weekend. Another round of snow is headed toward the state for Black Friday. When all is said and done, it might be called White Friday as snow will fly across the state throughout the day. By afternoon, most of Montana will have snow falling and accumulating. The roads will not have a chance to get cleaned very well with several more inches falling through the day. Highs will remain very cold, only in the 0s and 10s. Snow will continue through the night into Saturday morning. The storm will slowly move off to the east which will allow for some clearing in western and central Montana through the morning into the afternoon. Far eastern Montana will have the heaviest snow and it will stick around the longest, into Saturday evening. Traveling will be the worst in eastern Montana on Saturday. Sunday will be a much quieter day with more sunshine and no snow. Highs will warm into the 20s to around 30. Blowing snow will be an issue off of the Rocky Mountain Front, potentially around Great Falls as well. Monday will be partly to mostly cloudy with a few isolated snow showers, highs will be in the 30s to around 40. Travel conditions will be fair as well.
Have a great day.