WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY will remain in effect tonight for The Rocky Mountain Front.
After several cities had record high and low temperatures, an incoming cold front will leave cooler air in portions of north-central Montana. The front will bring rain over the northern Rockies; next, rain showers will transition into snow and will spill over into the mountains of central Montana. The lower elevations in north-central Montana, such as; Great Falls, Lewiston, Conrad, and Augusta, could see up to an inch of snowfall. Marias, Rogers, and Kings Hill Pass could see between 2-5." Breezy conditions can cause; blowing and drifting snow that can reduce visibility.
Behind the passage of today's front, tomorrow temperatures will be much cooler. The entire state highs will cool to the 30s. Another ridge of high pressure will briefly move in and will offer up mostly sunny skies.
Friday, the highs will cool to the 20s and 30s. Overall the entire day will be quiet until the next weather maker moves in Friday night.
Have a great day,