After a beautiful sunny Sunday, our weather pattern will start to change. Two cold fronts will bring wind, an increase in clouds, and periods of light to moderate snow to the region. The first cold front will move in off the Pacific during the afternoon and will track eastward; the second front will move in from Canada and will track southward through the region. Widespread mountain snow will move across the northern Rockies and mountain passes such as; Lookout, Lolo, Marias, and Kings Hill Pass. If traveling across one of the Mountain passes listed, prepare for slick roads and reduce visibility. Southwesterly winds will be pretty gusty today, especially those located off the Rocky Mountain Front and down in the Big Timber area. The wind will also feed most of today's high temperatures into the 40s and 50s.
Tomorrow will be partly cloudy, light snow will fall during the morning, and slightly colder temperatures will stick around. The highs will remain in the 30s.
Wednesday, a strong high pressure will build in for the rest of the week, and the state will have an abundant amount of sunshine and above-average temperatures.
Have a great day.