A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued for portions of central, north-central, southwest and west-central Montana for Snow and Wind.
Today's wakeup temperatures are below average. Most of today, we will have mostly cloudy skies, and the temperatures will remain in the '40s, portions of northwest Montana temperatures will stay in the low '50s. Another system will bring us rain first, but a cold front will pass from Canada, dropping the temperatures. With colder temperatures, the rain showers will transition into snow. By Wednesday morning, snow will be on the ground. The lower elevations could see anywhere between 1-4" while the mountains may get up to 10" of snow. Travel will be difficult if traveling over mountains passes, but most of the roads will be slick. The highs for tomorrow will reach the '30s and '40s. Thursday, the state will have mostly sunny skies and the temperatures will slightly increase. A high-Pressure system will assist with the clearing of skies and 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 mix of rain/snow shower is likely for Saturday. Sunday, the state will have partly cloudy skies, and the temperatures will be close to normal.
Enjoy your day,