A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY remains in effect for portions of Gallatin, Madison, and Beaverhead counties near the Idaho border.
Today's wake up temperatures will be much warmer than yesterday for most areas around the state, aside from a few locations along the Hi-Line. Daytime highs will climb back into the 40s, and most of the state will remain dry, aside from northwest and southwest Montana. Accumulations will stay under 1" in northwest Montana. Snow will continue through Friday for portions of southwest Montana; Mountain Passes such as; Monida, Raynolds, and Targhee Pass will be covered with snow, along with the West Yellowstone area. Blowing and drifting snow will also contribute to hazardous road conditions.
Tomorrow will be a gloomy day. Skies will be overcast, and a weak area of low pressure will bring rain & snow before 8 pm and snow after 8 pm that will continue into Saturday morning. The snow will be on the light side, and portions of north-central, central, and southern areas accumulations will stay under 2."
Aside from a few lingering snow showers on Saturday morning, the weekend is going to be breezy, partly cloudy, and daytime highs will be on the "Warmer" side for this time of the year.
Monday, daytime highs will climb into the 50s for some areas, but all good things must come to an end.
By Tuesday, it will be cold and snowy. The high temperatures will cool between 10-20 degrees.
Have a great day.