Today's high temperatures will be in the '30s and '40s with partly to mostly cloudy skies while portions of southeast Montana high temperatures will stay in the '50s. A low-pressure system will move in off the Pacific and bring in a mix of light snow/rain showers in the lower elevations of northcentral and southwestern Montana. The mountains and mountain passes could see a few inches of snow. The weak system may bring a few minor thunderstorms in southwestern Montana this afternoon. Parts in southwest Montana roads are wet with slush, while eastern Montana roads are currently dry. Areas off the Rocky Mountain Front will have breezy conditions throughout the day. Tomorrow the temperatures will be slightly below average for this time of the year, and the high temperatures will remain in the '30s and '40s. Scattered snow showers will continue for Wednesday, and the wind will slightly increase. The accumulation of snow showers for the next couple of days will be reasonably mild in the lower elevations. The wintry pattern will start to clear on Thursday, and most of the state will have mostly sunny skies. The high temperatures will trend in the '40s and '50s while areas in southwest Montana struggle to reach the '40s. Friday's temperatures will trend in the '40s and '50s. This upcoming weekend looks like it will be similar to this past weekend, aside from mild snow showers that will stay confined to the mountains on Sunday and gusty winds.
Enjoy your day,