A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued for north-central Montana starting today at 2 pm going into early Wednesday morning.
Temperatures will be all over the place, starting the day off. Throughout the day, temperatures will remain in the 30' s and 40' s. A mix of rain and snow is likely for the afternoon/evening hours. The combination of rain/snow will be light and showery, and most of it will fall after dark this evening and clear by Wednesday morning. The accumulations in the lower elevations are 1-2 and in the mountains 3-6. Ice accumulations of a light glaze are possible. Travel today going into tomorrow may be difficult. The highest snow accumulations will be in the Hi-Line area. Wednesday, the Capitol will be partly cloudy tomorrow, temperatures almost reaching 50 degrees. After the clouds clear Wednesday night, Thursday and Friday, the sun will be out, following another small system. The mild snowmaker will spread a few isolated snow showers over mountains Friday night and early Saturday morning. Saturday and Sunday's temperatures will remain in the lower 50's with a slight chance of mix snow showers.
Enjoy your day,