We’ve been fortunate for the last few days with beautiful fall weather. However, there is a Canadian cold front coming our way, which will result in significant changes in the coming days. Tomorrow, high temperatures will be much cooler- in the 40s and 50s- with rain and high- elevation snow. There is a Winter Weather Advisory in effect for areas above 6000′ in Glacier National Park west of the Divide, but most other areas across the state shouldn’t experience huge problems from this wet weather. Precipitation will begin to taper off Friday morning, and we’ll have a brief bit of drier weather. Saturday night, another round of rain and snow will move through, continuing Sunday. Monday is the start of a new month, but the same old weather will be sticking around. Montana won’t see the end of this widespread rain and mountain snow until late next week.
Have a nice evening.