We did see some impacts from last night's weathermaker - areas with snow accumulation and slick roads - however, those showers are quickly diminishing and later this morning will be a memory. We're now looking at mild and sunny conditions today through Saturday.
Wind will stick around today and impact the Rocky Mountain Front - we're looking at southwest wind speeds from 10-15 mph - and expected to strengthen this afternoon.
Temperatures will sit at near-normal levels in NW and central MT thanks to last night's cold front. We'll see highs in the low to mid-40s. We warm up a few degrees each day through Saturday when we get back into the mid-50s which should be perfect football for Cat/Griz. On Sunday, another Pacific system is expected to bring more gusty winds and mountain snow. Unsettled weather continues through next week along with much cooler temperatures.