We are not out of the clear; more snow is on the way!

Posted at 5:52 AM, Apr 13, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-13 19:08:31-04

The temperatures today will remain below average; the highs will stay in the '20s and '30s; aside from a few places in northwest Montana, the temperatures will remain in the mid-'40s. The wind will blow today and will cause blowing and drifting snow in central and western Montana. The roads are still covered with slush and ice, and portions of western Montana roads have black ice. Tomorrow the temperatures will slightly warm into the '40s, and low to mid- '50s in the northwest. Another system will bring us rain Tuesday evening, but waking up Wednesday morning, the rain showers will transition into snow. The plains could see anywhere between 2-5" while the mountains may get up to 10" of snow. Thursday temperatures will slightly increase, but a High-Pressure system will clear skies and assist with the melting of snow. Friday, the temperatures will climb close to average with the help of southwest winds, and the highs will be in the upper '50s. This weekend the temperatures will flirt with the '60s, and a rain shower is likely for Saturday.
Enjoy your day,
Asia Raye😊