Happy Sunday, hope everyone had a great weekend!
Today is another day with below normal temperatures across the region.
A trough aloft remains over the state of Montana which could bring a few isolated showers across the region through the remainder of the day, but most places we have decreased the chances of precipitation and mainly will remain dry.
To end our weekend and to start off our work week, we can expect widespread patchy fog tonight-tomorrow morning throughout north central portions of the state.
Fog will start to burn off by late morning with the increased sunshine.
Chances of precipitation then increase and move in again Monday evening, especially over the higher elevations and near the Continental Divide.
Snow levels will go between 3000 and 6000 feet Monday Night through Wednesday.
Any accumulation will be low, if any in the lower terrains.
We will continue to monitor this.
Drier conditions will start to re-develop on Thursday as this trough aloft will start to shift ease and we will also see temperatures slowly start to climb back into the mid-50s and lower 60s by the weekend and for the beginning of next week.