A WIND CHILL ADVISORY will remain in effect for northeast Montana until 11 am.
Today will be another chilly day; a cooler airmass will linger and bring sub-freezing temperatures to the region. The National Weather Service has issued a Wind Chill Advisory for northeast Montana for wind chills as low as 35 below zero. Along with colder temperatures, southeast Montana will have to deal with freezing fog. Areas of fog will dissipate before noon. Portions of central and northcentral Montana will light flurries and freezing fog. According to MDT, as of 6:10 am, portions of south-central Montana roads are covered with snow. Today's daytime highs will stay in the teens and 20s. The cold high pressure stationed over central Canada that has bought frigid temperatures to the state will track east.
Tomorrow, a warming trend is expected. The highs temperatures will climb back into the 30s and 40s. Snow will develop along the Idaho border, affecting passes such as; Mondia and Raynolds Pass. If planning to travel south into Idaho or West Yellowstone area, you should prepare for winter conditions.
Thursday, the clouds will start to build, and snow will continue for southwestern Montana.
Have a great day.