A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect for most of central and eastern Montana until 11 am today.
A cold front has passed through portions of Montana, dropping temperatures and bringing in light snow. Due to temperatures dropping today, roads may be slippery and hazardous. Temperatures tonight will dip into the teens tonight, and tomorrow will start to warm up. Throughout the day, tomorrow will be mostly sunny, with temperatures in the 40's and 50's. Friday will bring fall-like weather for the day, with highs reaching the 60's in portions of the state. Following Thursday and Friday fall-like temperatures, Saturday, another cold front will enter the state cooling things off, bringing in another round of snow and colder temperatures for Sunday and Monday. The snow accumulations are mild, and the snow will be light across the state. Tuesday temperatures will start to warm up with the highs reaching the lower 50's. It's safe to say Thursday and Friday are the days to go out and enjoy
Enjoy your day,
Asia Raye 😊