Southwest 💨's will Slightly Warm Up The State!

Posted at 6:14 AM, Feb 11, 2020

A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued for Cascade, Judith Basin, Fergus, and Meagher Counties until Wednesday at 11 am.

Flying flakes and mild temperatures will continue into next week. A low-pressure system will enter the state and slightly increase temperatures and also increase the wind for today. Windy conditions will pick up around the state and throughout Central Montana. The winds will be gusting up to 80mph off The Rocky Mountain Front at times. With increasing winds, it can cause blowing and drifting snow. The high temperatures for today will be in the upper 30's and lower 40s'. Today will be mostly cloudy, and light snow showers will stay confined to the mountains. A cold front will pass bringing unsettling weather for Wednesday. Wednesday, the high temperatures will be in 30's for northwestern Montana and the '20s and teens for Eastern Montana. Northcentral Montana high temperatures will reach the upper to mid-20s. The snow will develop late tonight and will continue until Wednesday morning. A light accumulation up to 2" is possible in the lower elevations. The mountains could see up to 8". That system will clear by Wednesday afternoon but another storm will approach later Thursday into Friday. Overall throughout the week, the temperatures will remain mild, and we'll have on and off snow showers.

Enjoy your day and grab a 🧢 because today will be 💨!

Asia Raye😊