With Spring upon us, the Treasure State will finally get a dose of winter temperatures for today. The high temperatures for today will range anywhere between 0° in northeast Montana, to the 10s' in central areas, and the low 30s west of the Continental Divide. Throughout the day, we will generally have light snow showers. Portions of Montana will have a few isolated areas, and there could be as much as 6" under persistent snow bands. In the lower elevations up to an inch or two. Travel will be difficult at times through Tuesday evening, especially with sub-freezing temperatures, it can create slick spots on the roads. Tonight sub-freezing temperatures will continue, most areas will drop into the -0s and 0s, but northeast Montana will drop to between -20 and -30. A sharp ridge of high pressure will settle over the state on Wednesday, clearing skies and slightly warming up the state. Tomorrow most of the state will have sunny skies, and the high temperatures will range between in the '20s, '30s, and areas in northeast Montana will be in the teens.
Enjoy your day,