On Sunday, Montana was the coldest spot in the United States. Cut Bank and St. Mary both recorded 22 degrees for the morning low temperature, the lowest in the nation yesterday. (In comparison, the warmest high yesterday was 97 in McAllen, Texas.) This morning, temperatures were even colder than yesterday! Many locations across the state started off freezing, but there is good news ahead. Today will be a pretty nice fall day, with sunny skies and temperatures in the mid-40s and low 50s. Snow and rain come back into the picture starting tomorrow through Thursday, but thankfully the weekend looks clear!
Have a great day.
Meteorologist Katie Alexander