Light showers will fall in eastern portions of the Hi-Line through the morning. A high-pressure will move in for today and will bring mostly sunny skies, light winds, and mild temperatures to the state. The high temperatures for today will stay in the upper '50s, and mid to low '60s, but some areas in Northwest of the state could even reach 70. Wednesday temperatures will start off mild, but the clouds will increase in the morning, and Pacific moisture will move through western Montana during the afternoon. During mid-afternoon, a few isolated thunderstorms will begin to develop. A cold front will pass; the temperatures will start to cool, and the wind will intensify. Tomorrow night into Thursday, an area of low pressure will move across the state and bring freezing rain and mountain snow showers. With the temperatures dropping, it will allow for snow levels to drop around 5000' by Thursday morning. Several inches of snow could accumulate in the mountains. The mountain passes may have slush and slippery roads. The high temperatures will stay in the '50s aside from West Yellowstone temperatures will remain in the upper '40s. Friday, the sun will return, and the temperatures will trend in the '50s and '60s.
Enjoy your day,