A HIGH WIND WARNING remains in effect for the Southern Rocky Mountain Front, Northern Rocky Mountain Front, and Eastern Glacier until tomorrow afternoon.
A HIGH WIND WATCH has been issued for most of central and northern Montana into Wednesday.
A RED FLAG WARNING has been issued for dangerous fire weather conditions for east-central Montana for Tuesday.
An Areal Flood Advisory has been issued for Beaver Creek in northeast Montana do to snowmelt and rising water until Wednesday evening.
A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect for the Rocky Mountain Front and Marias Pass until Noon today.
Today's temperatures will stay above average, and gusty winds will continue to blow over the state. The high temperatures for today will range between the 40's and 50' s, and a mild mix of rain/snow showers will fall in the mountains. Snow showers will fall along the Rocky Mountain Front through Marias Pass and can cause hazardous driving conditions, especially when factoring in gusty winds. In south-central and southeast Montana, dangerous fire weather conditions are likely with strong gusty wind, low humidity, warming temperatures, and lack of snowpack on the ground. Tomorrow, another front will move through the state along with scattered snow showers, a mix of rain/snow showers, and strong winds.
Enjoy your day,
Asia Raye😊 .