Last night a burst of snow showers left a coating of snow on the ground and even on some uncovered vehicles. The showers have not entirely left the state; light snow showers will linger throughout the day in the mountains through the morning hour. A high-pressure system will move in and provide mostly sunny skies and slightly warmer temperatures. The temperatures will still be below average, but the sunny skies will make today more pleasant and will assist with the melting of snow. The high-pressure system will stick around the state Friday. Friday, the Treasure state will have mostly sunny skies, the temperatures will be close to average, and the wind will increase. Southwest winds will aid with the temperatures reaching the '50s, and areas in eastern Montana temperatures will even reach '60. A weak cold front will pass Saturday, and drop the temperatures back to the '40s and low '50s. The cold front will also bring a mix of rain/snow showers to the lower elevations, and the mountains. Saturday system will be short-lived, and by Sunday, we will close the week out with spring-like temperatures and partly cloudy skies. Next week, the temperatures will be in the '60s, and some areas will reach the lower '70s.
Enjoy your day,