A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect for the Rocky Mountain Front where blowing snow will continue to reduce visibility.
A WIND ADVISORY has been issued for areas along I-90 from Livingston to Big Timber.
Halloween is upon us and so is another storm. A cold front will move through the state on Thursday with scattered snow showers through the afternoon and evening. Highs will reach the 30s by afternoon, falling into the 20s later in the evening for Trick or Treaters. Accumulation could be a light dusting up to an inch in the lower elevations. This is a minor front with light, scattered snow showers and it will clear by Friday morning. Friday will become mostly sunny with highs well below average once again in the 30s. Temperatures will warm somewhat this weekend with highs getting back into the 40s on Saturday under partly cloudy skies. Northeast Montana will be mostly cloudy with a chance of light rain/snow mix. Sunday will be warmer but still not yet average, highs will reach the mid to upper 40s. Later on Sunday another cold front will drop south into the state from Canada with a mix of rain and snow turning to snow. A light accumulation of a few inches is likely by Monday morning. More snow with colder air will follow for Tuesday and Wednesday. It does not appear Montana will break out of this pattern anytime soon.
Have a great day.