The temperatures will remain cool, and freezing fog will lingering around portions of the state throughout the morning hours. The high temperatures for today will only trend in the 30's and 40's, while areas in Northwest Montana will have milder temperatures trending in the lower 50's. A high-pressure system will move over the state, and create mostly sunny skies for the weekend. With most of the state mainly having sunny skies, a lot of snow will start to melt away, but as of now, portions of south-central Montana roads are still scattered with slush. At times off the Rocky Mountain Front, will be slightly breezy. Saturday temperatures will slightly increase, and most of the state will have mostly sunny skies. At times during the afternoon, the mountains will have light scattered snow showers. Sunday will be dry, and the temperatures will remain mild. Models are suggesting Monday night through Tuesday is our next storm that will produce accumulating snow/rain showers.
Enjoy your day,