Temperatures remained cool and below seasonal here today as grey skies dominated the outlook. I’m here to tell you that we can look forward to a change in these conditions in the near future! However, we will have to get through the day tomorrow first.
Another push of cold air from the north will sweep across the state on veterans day, bringing snow showers to much of the central portion of the state, stretching down to the foothill regions where snowfall totals will likely be the highest.
Temperatures will drop into the lower 30s and upper 20s across the region and we could see around an inch of snow accumulating at lower altitudes. These conditions will combine to make travel hazardous tomorrow afternoon and anyone heading out onto Montana highways should check the road reports.
The snow pushes out of the area by the evening, with the potential to linger a bit longer in the foothill regions, leaving us with relatively clear conditions heading into the day on Monday.
There should be plenty of sunshine on Monday, but the mercury will lag behind rays slightly, as we won’t see temperatures climb much until Tuesday.
The rest of the week looks relatively clear and much more temperate, with highs approaching the 50s and more sunshine in the outlook.