A WIND CHILL WARNING remains in effect for portions of northeast, north-central, and central Montana until Friday morning.
A WIND CHILL ADVISORY remains in effect for parts of southwest, west-central, central, north-central, south-central, and southeast Montana until Thursday.
Areas of light snow will continue through the end of the week. Cold temperatures will stick around as well.
Light winds will contribute to dangerously cold wind chills. The very cold wind chill values can cause frostbite in as little as 5-10 minutes. Most of the state's daytime highs will stay below 0. It is always good to remember that very cold air could lead to ice jams. Ice jams are unpredictable and can sometimes form and break quickly.
The arctic chill will remain with Wednesday. Light snow will develop for west central and southwest Montana with possibly snow banding.
Thursday will be a cold day. A few weak disturbances will kick off snow showers in southern Montana, the accumulations are expected to stay under 5 inches.
Bitter cold temperature are expected to stay with us into the weekend. Temperatures could begin to climb out of the single digits on Sunday.
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