A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect for the northern Rockies and parts of north-central Montana today. Snowfall along with consistent wind will create the potential for blowing snow, especially on mountain passes. Overnight tonight, the snow will start to clear as high pressure builds over the Pacific Northwest. Wednesday will bring a small chance of low elevation rain/ high elevation snow as a small disturbance passes through. But since high pressure will dominate our weather for the remainder of the week, we’ll stay dry after that. Temperatures will also reach above normal (and above freezing) each day through the weekend.
Have a great week!
Meteorologist Katie Alexander