As if February wasn’t cold enough, March isn’t starting out much better temperature-wise.
Arctic air invades the state bringing cold temperatures and dangerous wind chill temperatures through the weekend and the start of next week.
Coldest temperatures will likely be overnight tonight and tomorrow night.
But some good news is we are seeing dryer conditions as a high pressure settles in over the northern part of Montana.
A shift to slightly more active weather, with more chances of snow moves in Wednesday.
Temperatures will also start increasing by mid-week in the teens and twenties.
Although these temperatures are warmer, they are still well below-normal.