For the remainder of the night, we could see some possible remaining snow showers or flurries.
Mostly cloudy skies this evening will start to clear out by early morning. Clearing skies in the early morning will allow low temperatures to drop into the lower 20s across north central Montana.
But, some good news if you aren’t ready for this wintry weather just yet!
A surface high pressure continues to build and will gradually move from east across the northwestern portions of the US.
This high pressure ridge will bring a warming and drying trend to the region for the next week or so.
With this high pressure, temperatures will rise to above average in many areas.
Afternoon highs will be in the upper 50s and 60s with mostly sunny conditions through Friday.