A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for the Northern Rocky Mountain Front and West Glacier Region that goes into effect tonight for accumulating snowfall.
Today most of the state will have mostly cloudy skies, cooler temperatures, and breezy conditions at times. The high temperatures for today will trend below average. Southern Montana temperatures will only reach the upper '40s, and the rest of the state temperatures will trend in the lower to mid-'50s. The temperatures will be cold enough for the snow to mix down to the ground, and A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for The Northern Rocky Mountain Front and West Glacier Region for accumulating snow that will go into effect tonight. Above 4000' could get anywhere between 1-4 inches of snow, and the lower elevation will see little to no snow. Tomorrow the cloud cover will increase, the temperatures will drop, and the snow will fall in the mountains and below pass level at times. The temperatures will stay in the upper 30's and low '40s for areas along the Hi-Line. The rest of the state temperatures will only reach the mid to low '50s. Rain showers will fall throughout the afternoon, and an isolated thunderstorm is likely.
Enjoy your day,