It is another cold start as we head out the door with a Wind Chill Advisory in effect until 11 AM for the Northeast Hi-Line.
We trend much colder for highs today which will top out in the negative single digits with other areas barely breaking zero.
Tomorrow temperatures start on a ‘warming’ trend and make it into the 20s!
This seems like spring compared to the subzero temperatures we’ve been experiencing… even though temperatures will still be well below average for this time of year.
But it seems like you can’t have the ‘milder’ weather without the wind in the Treasure State.
Wind picks up late tonight and tomorrow through Central Montana.
A Winter Weather Advisory goes into effect at midnight and lasts through 9 PM on Tuesday.
This has been issued due to wind picking up ground snow which will create areas of patchy blowing snow over roadways and could reduce visibility to less than half a mile in some open areas.
Snow chances are back in the forecast late Tuesday and become higher for Wednesday afternoon.