A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued for the Northern Rocky Mountain Front until tomorrow afternoon for blowing snow.
The passage of yesterday's front has put the daytime high temperatures on average. If doing any last-minute shopping, prepare for slick roads, especially if traveling across mountain passes. A high-pressure system will move in and will camp out for the next few days.
Tomorrow will be sunny and windy. Southwesterly wind will bump the temperatures to the 40s and 50s.
Unfortunately, waking up on Christmas day will not be white; in fact, Christmas will be pretty sunny. Later in the day, the clouds will build as another round of moisture moves in off the Pacific.
Have a great day.