A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued for areas of southwest and south-central Montana for Thursday into Friday morning.
A weak area of low pressure will spread snow through the southern part of Montana. Snow should remain near and just south of a line from Missoula to Great Falls to Lewistown. Northern Montana will have partly to mostly sunny skies. The snow will be light and only accumulate at best a couple inches in the lower elevations, but it will be enough to make for slick roads from Helena to Butte to Bozeman. Thursday will be a much cooler day with highs in the 20s to around 30. Areas of light snow will continue through Thursday night and Friday. The bark will be worse than the bite, as skies will be more cloudy than anything else. A little light snow is possible into early Saturday morning for the southern areas of the state. An arctic front will graze northeast Montana on Saturday will a little light snow possible there. Much colder temperatures will be felt along the Canadian border. Highs will be between 0-10 over northeast Montana with 20s to around 30 elsewhere across the state. Sunday will be partly cloudy with highs in the 20s and 30s. Temperatures will remain consistently cold in the 20s and low 30s into next week. The next chance of snow will be Tuesday, but that storm does not look like a blockbuster either, just light snow is possible.
Have a great day!