A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued for Nothern Rocky Mountain Front, Central and Southern Lewis and Clark, and Southern Rocky Mountain front for this afternoon until tomorrow MORNING due to blowing and accumulating snow.
A WIND ADVISORY has been issued for the Livingston Area and Beartooth Foothills area until Tuesday Morning.
The wind is still sticking around the Treasure State, bringing snow along with it. Breezy conditions will follow us through the workweek. Today's high temperatures will be in the mid 30's to around 40degrees. Along the Continental Divide, the snow will be ongoing and will intensify this afternoon through Tuesday. A significant amount of snow will fall in portions of Western and Northwestern Montana. An area of snow will develop late this afternoon and evening from Cut Bank to the southeast of Lewistown, and continue through Tuesday. Areas north and east of Helena will see between 2-4 inches of snow. Great Falls and Helena will miss out on the action, only getting less than an inch of accumulation. Two feet of accumulating snow will fall in Logan Pass, and Marias Pass, the Highwood Mountains, and The Little Belts will see up to one ft of snow. Tuesday temperatures will remain mild, and breezy conditions will persist on.
Enjoy the next few days with mild temperatures,