Finally breaking above negative highs

Posted at 7:40 AM, Feb 06, 2019
and last updated 2019-02-06 11:04:06-05

Temperatures will remain in the negatives for most of Central Montana.

Helena is the only city in our area that will top out just over zero degrees.

With a slight breeze by mid morning, wind chill values will remain in 20-30 degrees below average.

The Wind Chill Advisory has been extended until tomorrow at 11 AM.

Wind chill values could drop as low as 20-30 degrees below zero.

Frostbite on exposed skin and hypothermia can occur in 30 minutes or less if proper precautions are not taken.

High pressure moves in tonight.

More sunshine is in the forecast for tomorrow’s morning commute.

Colder than average temperatures still stick around through Friday, but temperatures remain on a warming trend through Friday afternoon.

Snow chances move back in Friday evening as our next system rolls in.